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The Analyst: The drama of mid-caps - they’ve beaten the big boys

The fortunes of the UK’s largest 100 companies are well publicised. You may note the FTSE 100 always tends to be the quoted index in the financial press and thus investors could be excused for focusing their attention on these corporate behemoths. Yet it is not terribly representative of the UK economy. For starters, the top 20 stocks account for nearly 50 per cent of the entire index and are largely international businesses.

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Crime: Careful, there's nothing cheap about loyalty

On last week’s edition of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Central stand-up comedy show, The Alternative Comedy Experience, deadpan Scottish stand-up David Kay joked about how he didn’t want to have his identity stolen as he was worried about losing his Tesco Clubcard points.