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Balance of power between Northern Irish parties reversed by £1bn windfall from Tories

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Central bank is gearing up to crack down on lending in July, writes Chris Giles

In the UK, no single piece of law defines an employee, a contractor and a worker

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May’s short-term partnership is not a blank cheque for her agenda

The impact of Britain’s vote to leave the EU is already being felt

With no good alternative leaders, constancy in government has become a virtue

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