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

Trump looks unlikely to have enough support for much-needed legislative win

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

Muted reception as share price suffers biggest decline in months

Former Trump strategist met second most powerful Communist party official

Person in the News Emma Jacobs

Over Danish herring smorrebrod, the cartel-busting EU antitrust commissioner explains why big tech has a ‘special responsibility’

From trigger warnings to public shaming, has the left lost sight of reason — and itself?

Company deemed not ‘fit and proper’ operator over safety record and crime reporting

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

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Senators want regulation, not voluntary commitments, following Russian interference

Trade commission rules domestic panel makers seriously injured by foreign competition

Chancellor tries to shore up strong poll lead as rival Schulz whips up party faithful

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Several trade cases may allow president to fulfil his protectionist promises

Hurricane Maria has devastated a US territory struggling with a huge debt burden

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Regulator has urged companies to announce cyber attacks more promptly

Fixed income trading woes relegate bank to joint third, its lowest since tables began

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Launch of the new model could be its weakest in three years

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On a recent trip to the country, Fuchsia Dunlop found an unexpected form of cultural diplomacy was on the menu

Multitasking iPad users will see improvements and fans of AR are in for a treat

Joe Gebbia persuaded hosts across the world to welcome all-comers

Markets News

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

Sterling falls as May speech offers few fresh insights

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

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Technology

Indifference to rules cost the ride-hailing company its London licence

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Senators want regulation, not voluntary commitments, following Russian interference

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

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