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Inflation across the single currency bloc fell to 0.7% in January moving closer to deflationary territory

Angela Merkel’s in-tray: Greece, austerity and banking union

German voters have spoken and put the veteran Chancellor in pole position to form the next coalition government of the eurozone’s dominant economy. Ben Chu examines the  decisions and dilemmas facing Angela Merkel in the wake of her party’s Bundestag victory

Germany election: Markets soothed by Angela Merkel win

Survey suggests service sector growth beating forecasts

Hamish McRae: Europe and demographic decline may yet drag Germany down

Germany is financially strong, but as Angela Merkel has said, her strength is not infinite

Votes for Angela: But will they be enough? Supporters in Berlin, yesterday

Angela Merkel on a knife edge as Germany goes to polls

Anti-euro party set up seven months ago could alter the balance of power after today's general election and force a new coalition

Osborne claimed that Britain's economy was 'turning a corner'

New figures cast doubt on George Osborne's claims that Coalition austerity programme has been vindicated

Tax rises and spending cuts have made the economy 3 per cent smaller

Alternative for Germany (AfD) has held protest marches as part of its election campaign

Rise of the Eurosceptics casts shadow over German election

New party calling for crisis-hit countries to quit EU close to winning seats in Bundestag

Good news for George Osborne as OECD predicts 1.5% growth this year, up from May forecast of 0.8%

Forecasts for UK economy upgraded in latest sign recovery picking up momentum

OECD predicts 1.5% growth this year, up from May forecast of 0.8%

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 3 September 2013

Helicopter engine stake sold by Rolls

German confidence up as powerhouse of EU economy continues to expand

German firms are feeling more confident than at any time in the past 16 months, according to the latest survey of the sector.

Germany's new eurosceptic party leader attacked by far-left activists

The leader of Germany’s new anti-eurozone party has called for a police clampdown on extreme left-wing groups after he and fellow party members were attacked with knives and pepper spray by masked activists chanting “Nazis out” at a weekend political rally.

Europeans are out of love with EU institutions, but still committed to the union

To keep the euro steady, it's vital that the ECB and other institutions regain public trust

No media svengali: Nate Silver
Angela Merkel: 'We can consider whether we can give something back'

Angela Merkel supports Tory plan to 'give back' EU powers to member states

German Chancellor is also said to be sympathetic to David Cameron’s demand for automatic opt-out right for new laws

The Euro logo outside the European Central Bank in Frankfurt am Main, central Germany

Growth in Germany and France ends euro recession

17 countries that use euro saw collective economic output grow by 0.3 per cent

Chris Blackhurst: In the Aegean it's business as usual, but where are the jobless Greeks?

Midweek View: Unemployment is twice the eurozone average, yet here I am being waited upon by people who are not Greek
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Peter Ackroyd on Alfred Hitchcock: How London shaped the director's art and obsessions

Peter Ackroyd on Alfred Hitchcock

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Ryan Reynolds branches out in Woman in Gold

For every box-office smash in Ryan Reynolds' Hollywood career, there's always been a misconceived let-down. It's time for a rethink and a reboot, the actor tells James Mottram
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Stars safeguard against morbid advertising

As film-makers and advertisers make increasing posthumous use of celebrities' images, some stars are finding new ways of ensuring that they rest in peace
The UK horticulture industry is facing a skills crisis - but Great Dixter aims to change all that

UK horticulture industry facing skills crisis

Great Dixter manor house in East Sussex is encouraging people to work in the industry by offering three scholarships a year to students, as well as generous placements
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Hack Circus: Technology, art and learning

Hack Circus aims to turn the rule-abiding approach of TED talks on its head. Rhodri Marsden meets mistress of ceremonies Leila Johnston
Sevenoaks is split over much-delayed decision on controversial grammar school annexe

Sevenoaks split over grammar school annexe

If Weald of Kent Grammar School is given the go-ahead for an annexe in leafy Sevenoaks, it will be the first selective state school to open in 50 years
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Paul Scholes column: Ross Barkley played well against Italy but he must build on that. His time to step up and seize that England No 10 shirt is now

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Ross Barkley played well against Italy but he must build on that. His time to step up and seize that England No 10 shirt is now
Why Michael Carrick is still proving an enigma for England

Why Carrick is still proving an enigma for England

Manchester United's talented midfielder has played international football for almost 14 years yet, frustratingly, has won only 32 caps, says Sam Wallace
Tracey Neville: The netball coach who is just as busy as her brothers, Gary and Phil

Tracey Neville is just as busy as her brothers, Gary and Phil

The former player on how she is finding time to coach both Manchester Thunder in the Superleague and England in this year's World Cup
General Election 2015: The masterminds behind the scenes

The masterminds behind the election

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Machine Gun America

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The ethics of pet food: Why are we are so selective in how we show animals our love?

The ethics of pet food

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