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PM sets out plans to keep Britain in EU in all but name until 2021

More than 500,000 people sign petition to keep ride-hailing app operating in UK capital

Social media group chief settles lawsuit over plan to keep control while gifting stock to family charity

Madrid places all local and national police forces under single chain of command

The car-hailing app broke every rule in the book — yet still has a legion of devoted fans

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US fund giants Fidelity and T Rowe Price are lead investors in latest round

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Muted reception as share price suffers biggest decline in months

Trump labels Kim Jong Un a ‘madman’ after Pyongyang warns US leader will ‘pay dearly’

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While car-booking companies battle for supremacy, investors hedge their bets

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Mixed reviews for new product offerings and tepid turnouts for iPhone 8

Sterling falls as May speech offers few fresh insights

Investors push back on one of year’s largest leveraged buyout financings

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US fund giants Fidelity and T Rowe Price are lead investors in latest round

More than 500,000 people sign petition to keep ride-hailing app operating in UK capital

As Facebook scraps a plan for third-class stock, other super votes must be ditched

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