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Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell and had a number of aliases

President warns party members to scrap Obamacare on Friday or risk being stuck with it

Former regulator blames investor boards for putting profits above customers

Vending industry predicts adapting machines to changes will cost £100m

Analysis Europe

Territory’s sense of relief as ‘existential threat’ alarm gives way to surging growth

An inflated sense of our own wisdom is making us dumber and less civil. Can the experts bring us back into line?

Bank bucks trend set by European peers with higher payout

Interview Europe

Finance minister sets aside belief in closer integration to advocate looser ‘multi-speed’ governance

Former frontrunner blames president for leaks to media on his financial affairs

Beijing steps up curbs on capital flight by banning use of cards for real estate deals


Trip to Tibetan community in India angers China as it seeks to control succession

UK News

Westminster attacker known to security services but only on periphery of inquiries

Politicians are beefing up security with panic rooms and alarms back at constituencies

Disposals and cost control help FTSE 100 engineering conglomerate lift profits

Big-hitters turn up at the Bank of England for ill-timed conference on standards


‘Silicon Valley would never have boomed were it not for the fact that state funding enabled the development of the World Wide Web’


The German capital is turning into a vibrant outpost of Russian culture

The film director talks about love at first sight for her mews house, and challenging Churchill’s version of history

As the two men embark on a new series of their hit TV show, they discuss male friendship, middle age and why it’s never been about the food

Markets News

European stocks soft but Wall Street futures gain as gold dips


Market volatility rises as Republican healthcare divisions put Trump presidency to test

Slide in inflation expectations signals investors need a further lift from economic data


S Korean group unlikely to alter governance while de facto leader JY Lee faces charges

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