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A deal has been expected for a couple of weeks, why is every one so blase about the delay?
Wislawa Szymborska, one of the greatest European writers of the last half century, is dead at the age of 88
A copy of Leonardo da Vinci's painting is found in Prado shedding new light on iconic image
An independent report notes that most of the government's cuts have yet to come into effect.
A new study compares the world of work in Britain at the start of Queen Elizabeth II's reign 60 years ago and today.
Former head of troubled RBS, is stripped of his knighthood.
As anniversary of war approaches, Britain sends another warship to patrol waters around the Falkland Islands
France lands mass order for fighter jets from India
British MP stokes controversy by wondering aloud whether last summer's riots owed something to poor child discipline and rules limiting corporal punishment.
Leaders agree fiscal compact - details left for later
Stephen Hester, CEO of Royal Bank of Scotland, bows to public pressure
France will have Tobin Tax on bank transactions in place by August
Post-Davos consensus growing among enlightened commentators: policy makers haven't got a clue
ECB chief says bond markets are overestimating the risk attached to many euro zone countries' sovereign debt
Director Danny Boyle unveils plans for July 27 extravaganza
Unsustainable bond yields being used to finance unpayable debts.
Throw money from helicopters on to Britain's shoppers? Maybe it's a good idea.
Old arguments about how to solve the euro zone crisis are re-hashed at World Economic Forum annual meeting
List of Britons who have turned down honors like knighthoods is published.
Scottish Government begins consultation on independence referendum without asking Parliament's permission