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VOTING among over 500,000 members of Royal London is under way on its Â£219 million deal to acquire parts of the
Co-operative Banking Group. The mutual pensions giant unveiled plans in March to buy the...
Norwegian fish producer Cermaq has failed to win enough shareholder support to buy Peruvian fish feed maker Copeinca, opening the door to a $1.7 billion (Â£1.1bn) takeover of Cermaq by rival Marine Harvest, the world's...
ECONOMISTS believe incoming Bank of England governor Mark Carney will have room to print further money or copy Japan's more radical "Abenomics" after inflation fell to a seven-month low last month. The...
JP MORGAN chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon yesterday survived a vote by shareholders to split his role in two. Only 32 per cent of votes were cast in favour of a measure to remove Dimon from his chairmanâ€™s...
Acquisitive car dealer Vertu Motors is seeking further deals after agreeing to buy the Co-operative Group's Land Rover franchise for Â£31 million in cash. The Gateshead-based firm, which trades as Macklin Motors in...
AT LEAST 13 people have been killed in new bomb attacks in Iraq, a day after a wave of bombings across the country left about 70 people dead. Two car bombs went off in the northern town of Tuz Khurmato, a device...
Nationalists and unionists would do well to heed respect shown by both sides to prepare ground for reconciliation, writes Allan Massie The proceedings of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland donâ€™t get as...
The case either for or against independence will be won not by economic reason but by matching people's passions, writes Matt Qvortrup The First Minister was his own, confident self when he presented the economic case...
SNP policy on immigration would inevitably lead to the setting up of checks and controls, writes Brian Wilson You canâ€™t beat an old maritime metaphor, so Jim Sillarsâ€™ image of the anti-independence movement â€œknocking...
Swivel-eyed loons or not, embattled Prime Minister David Cameron needs to shore up all the support he can get from grassroots Tories Illustration by Brian Adcock
Children will face larger class sizes as a result of the plan to let heads award higher pay rises to good teachers, the chief schools inspector has warned. Heads would have to decide whether to opt for highly-paid...
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Warm winters and wet springs have caused garden tiger moths numbers in UK to fall by 95% over 40 years. Photograph: Colin Varndell/Alamy An unprecedented stocktake of UK wildlife has revealed that most species are...
Monday's killing of two suspected militants and arrest of a third in a sleepy town near Moscow was quickly followed by the killing of one of the leaders of an Islamist insurgency being waged in Russia's North...
The chancellor, George Osborne, has made it clear he does not want to put yet more taxpayersâ€™ money in to fully nationalise RBS. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images Speculation about a government sell-off of...
US finally accepts countries' names UNITED STATES: The US finally recognised today that countries have the right to choose their own name. The south-east Asian nation formerly known as Burma will now be called...
Police arrested four people during a second day of unrest in the Stockholm suburb of Husby. Around 200 youths hurled rocks at police and set cars on fire today in anger over the police shooting of an elderly man....
Philippines officials said today that they had protested to China over the presence of a warship, two surveillance vessels and fishing boats off a shoal occupied by its army in the disputed Spratly Islands. Department...
ANDY MURRAY should forget the French Open and focus on getting fit to win Wimbledon this summer. That is the verdict of former Wimbledon champ Goran Ivanisevic. Murray will decide today whether to compete at Roland...
JENSON BUTTON is thrilled that his McLaren team will have Japanese giants Honda back as their engine suppliers from 2015. The Brit, 33, said: Â“I grew up watching McLaren-Honda Formula One cars racing and winning...
BRIAN MAGEE has tipped Mikkel Kessler to continue his Brit bashing against Carl Froch in Saturday's world super-middleweight title unification clash. Denmark's WBA world champion Kessler knocked out Magee in three...
MIKKEL Kessler is ready for anything that Carl Froch will throw at him in their unification battle on Saturday night. WBA world super-middleweight champion Kessler tackles IBF belt holder Froch in front of a capacity...
RHYS EVANS has turned his back on England to play with his brother Ben in the World Cup. The Warrington Wolves twins gambled their brotherly love last year when Rhys chose England and Ben opted for Wales. But the...
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