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SocGen strategist excoriates Osborne over Help to Buy
By Alex Hern - 04 June 11:28

"He may really deserve to be called a moron".

Why on earth did the Katona pay-day loan ad get banned?
By Katy Maydon - 04 June 11:10

"Fast cash for fast lives" comes under ASA's watchful gaze.

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Apple in court over price-fixing allegations
By Alex Hern - 03 June 16:54

Accused of conspiring with publishers to raise prices.

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This is how many new Turkish millionaires there are since 2007
By Oliver Williams - 03 June 13:56

The troubling stats under the protests.

Sugar backs green energy
By Mark Brierley - 03 June 12:34

But wind farms are where the jobs are.

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Google is about to overtake Apple, and Apple couldn't be happier
By Billy Bambrough - 03 June 11:48

If Apple can make more money coming second, why would it want to come first?

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The public sector has a lot to learn
By Richard Cree - 03 June 8:16

Getting the hell on with it.

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Does no-one do DIY anymore?
By Neil Saunders - 30 May 9:39

B&Q takes a hit.

Grant Shapps rebuked by UK Statistics Authority for misrepresenting benefit figures
By George Eaton - 30 May 9:14

Yet another Conservative politician is caught making it up.

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They’ve made a huge mistake...
By Fred Crawley - 29 May 16:55

...by making Arrested Development online only.

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Nudge nudge
By Spears magazine - 29 May 11:16

Nudging and charity.

Why we'll all be behind paywalls before too long
By Dominic Ponsford - 28 May 16:19

Looking like a no-brainer.

The parties can't ignore the looming student finance crisis
By Rick Muir - 28 May 14:50

With further cuts to higher education and 40 per cent of student loans unlikely to be repaid, the parties need to agree on a sustainable funding system.

Just how much "community value" is in a football stadium?
By Martin Cloake - 28 May 12:28

Oxford United turns abstract into reality.

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I have a problem with suspended coffees
By Ritwik Deo - 28 May 12:14

The carbon credits of the coffee business are just a fad.

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Solar power trade war heats up
By Mark Brierley - 28 May 12:03

Angela Merkel steps in to quell fears over EU China trade links.

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