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The constituency’s non-white population will be key, writes Sebastian Payne
The UK prime minister wants to show Britain is open after Brexit, writes Sebastian Payne
HSBC’s talk of Brexit risks to London are not likely to draw much sympathy
Progress on Mediterranean migrant flows is threatened, writes Tony Barber
The UK prime minister offers Europe carrot and stick, writes Sebastian Payne
The president’s remarks were a skilful appeal to business, writes Gideon Rachman
The chancellor’s suggestion of a new economic model will be a hard sell, writes Sebastian Payne
Donald Trump’s team may be hoping to gain negotiating leverage, writes James Kynge
The government must show willingness to broker a bespoke deal, writes Patrick Jenkins
BP’s Deepwater Horizon shaming teaches some tough lessons to the German carmaker
The immediate impact of the allegations will be limited, writes Gideon Rachman
It will be like watching someone spend 90 minutes parking a bus, writes Simon Kuper
The UK opposition leader takes inspiration from Donald Trump, writes Sebastian Payne
Better to work under a wacky new moniker than a damaged one, writes Andrew Hill
The prime minister has a clear vision to reshape the UK, writes Sebastian Payne
Haldane’s remarks are not a retreat from BoE predictions, writes Martin Sandbu
Leavers want to control all political debate in the UK, writes Sebastian Payne
But will NBC move work for news star who at her best tears strips off her show guests?
US regulators’ fines for mis-selling mortgage securities have reached almost $60bn
Parliamentary elections in 2017 will help fix the political system, writes Tony Barber
The opposition leader’s policies will be tested in early 2017, writes Sebastian Payne
The Wallonian parliament will still have a say on future agreements, writes Alan Beattie
Critics will seize on any terror links to lambast Merkel, writes Stefan Wagstyl
Broad experience is a surer path to being the chief executive, writes Andrew Hill
President will struggle to retaliate in a proportionate way, writes Gideon Rachman
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