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Hinkley Point: Theresa May's China calculus
In explaining its shock decision to delay the deal on Hinkley Point, the government said it needed time to consider all components of the deal, but speculation is growing that China questions may be at the heart of the reassessment.
Theresa May 'raised objections' to Hinkley Point deal during coalition - Cable  
Hinkley offers a useful guide to May's plans for Cameron's legacy  
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Should Britain go for “hard” or “soft” Brexit? It is a question laced with unspoken assumptions - the most important being that the UK must have access to the single market in exchange for an agreement that means we do not take back control over ...
Labour has declared war on fatcat businessmen like disgraced retail tycoon Sir Philip Green - and pledged to introduce tough new laws to regulate bosses' behaviour.
You can tell Sadiq Khan has been Mayor of London for less than three months. In political terms his rout of Zac Goldsmith was an aeon ago, but his City Hall still has the air of a business moving into a bigger office.
State-backed Royal Bank of Scotland and Next will be the latest companies to update the City on how Britain's decision to quit the European Union is affecting their businesses this week.
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