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List of Britons who have turned down honors like knighthoods is published.
Scottish Government begins consultation on independence referendum without asking Parliament's permission
It may be ok to indulge your mood for soul food
Second thoughts about austerity cuts as the cure for what ails Europe's economies
German Chancellor on EU's future and the prospects for Greece
The British economy contracted 0.2 percent in the last quarter of 2011
IMF dramatic revision of figures projects euro zone as a whole will be in recession in 2012
A record is set and a psychological barrier breached.
Oscars bring joy to French film industry and confirm Hollywood's love affair with France.
Euro zone finance ministers step into the picture stalling a deal on Greek debt
Greek debt talks, IMF's Lagarde talks, financial markets talk
Greece and its creditors were close to deal on Friday but have hit a snag
Nation at the heart of Balkan wars will become 28th member of EU this year
Haircut rumors, bond market adjustments and stock markets becalmed as week ends
Conservatives in South Carolina and Conservatives in Britain, what do they have in common?
Seventy years ago today, the Nazis agreed on the "Final Solution."
Cameron speaks, Stock markets up, bonds sell
18 Phone-hacking victims receive more than a million dollars combined from Rupert Murdoch's News International
Controversial Tobin Tax or Financial Transaction Tax has a new adherent according to a leading German newspaper