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With GDP per head back at pre-crisis levels, should the Bank raise interest ...
Inflation may be hovering around zero, but that is no reason for the Bank of England to hold interest rates. An economy with quarterly GDP growth of 0.7 per cent, unemployment at 5.6 per cent and real wage growth of around 3 per cent is in good enough ...
Comment: GDP boost adds pressure on BoE  
Strong growth set to raise pressure on interest rates  
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Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy celebrated the financial rescue deal struck between eurozone leaders and Greece earlier this month as "good news".
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Britain's relationship with the EU should return to the concept of a “single market of free trade” following the renegotiation of the country's membership, George Osborne has pledged.
Ministers are considering scrapping “regressive” pension tax breaks for higher earners, amid claims that executives at the UK's biggest companies already plan to stop saving for their pensions.
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