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Ed Miliband to marry his partner in May

Labour leader Ed Miliband said on Wednesday

Six out of six: another bailout for Ireland’s banking sector

Ireland’s largest mortgage and insurance company has temporarily suspended its shares on the Irish and London stock exchanges ahead of a widely expected

Crunch time for Geneva Finance

Over 90 per cent of shareholders and 79.5 per cent of note holders today voted in favour of the finance company’s debt-for-equity swap which will see them hand

‘Smart’ energy meters can save £23

Rolling out “smart” meters to all homes and businesses in Britain will save the average consumer £23 a year on their energy bills by 2020, the Government said

Berkshire’s Sokol Quits After Buying Stock in Takeover Target

Sokol, 54, bought about 96,000 Lubrizol Corp. shares in January before recommending the company as a takeover target, Buffett.

There are only six days left to use up your Isa allowance

Such is the competition for your money among banks and building societies that you can earn more in an easy-access account than in a fixed-rate deal

Dixons shares plunge on shock profits warning

The troubled retailer warned that profits would be around £20m lower than expected this year, at around £85m, following a 11pc fall in like-for-like sales

Clinton says no decision on arming Libyan

A key member of Congress came out strongly

Japan says battle to save nuclear reactors

Japanese officials have conceded

Libya’s Foreign Minister to Resign

Libyan Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa arrived

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