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Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor
Germany's vice-chancellor has warned the future of the EU could be in doubt if the UK's exit is handled badly. Sigmar Gabriel said the EU would go "down the drain" if other states followed Britain's lead and that the UK could not keep the "nice things ...
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Germany vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel defends giving middle finger to neo ...  
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A man walks past a screen displaying the Nikkei average outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, June 24, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter. By Nichola Saminather | SINGAPORE.
Supporters of the proposed Hinkley Point nuclear power station have launched a last-ditch push for approval as Theresa May, prime minister, nears a decision on whether to go ahead with the �18bn project.
Sir Philip Green was accused of blackmail last night in the row over BHS's �571million pension deficit. As the store chain closed its doors for the last time yesterday, the tycoon demanded assurances that an inquiry into its collapse would be shelved ...
BHS on Kensington High Street, on its first day of opening in 1978. Photograph: Evening Standard/Getty Images. Julia Kollewe. Sunday 28 August 2016 13.00 EDT Last modified on Sunday 28 August 2016 17.00 EDT.
He stoked controversy in May after saying he could not make the 'remotest sense' of pensions - despite being the chief economist of the Bank of England.

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