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Bank chief: Labour victory will spark exodus of wealthy
A Labour government would spark an exodus of wealthy foreign investors and entrepreneurs if Ed Miliband scraps non-domicile rules and introduces a mansion tax, one of Britain's most prestigious private banks has warned.
Organization leaders situation last-ditch warning against Labour  
Sunday Papers: Labour victory will spark exodus of wealthy, says bank chief  
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McDonald's lost a million customers last year and profits went with them. Photograph: David Levenson / Alamy/Alamy. Rupert Neate in New York.
MELBOURNE/LONDON (Reuters) - BHP Billiton's shareholders are expected to approve the biggest ever spin-off in the mining industry on Wednesday, seeking to wring more value out of a string of long-neglected aluminium, manganese, silver and nickel ...
Greece and its European creditors are finally making progress only days after combative Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis was effectively sidelined from talks on its enormous debt, EU sources told AFP on Sunday.
The drinks group behind Guinness has been approached by potential buyers of its global wine operations, Sky News has learnt. 19:52, UK, Sunday 03 May 2015.
J Sainsbury will this week unveil its first fall in annual profits for a decade as the shift in consumer habits and competition from discounters take a massive toll on Britain's third largest supermarket.

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