Sport Nadine Angerer alongside Cristiano Ronaldo

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Letter: Sweep them away

Sir: I am delighted at the Prime Minister's pledge at the Labour conference to remove elites and sweep away the forces of conservatism still holding back Britain. Hopefully, the Royal Family will be treated humanely and allowed to retire to the lands of their forebears.

Around the World's Market: Frankfurt

GERMAN SHARES fell more than 2 per cent, weighed down by losses in Deutsche Telekom as concerns mounted about its global aspirations from merger talks between two US rivals. The DAX-30 fell 2.30 per cent to 5,119.10.

LSE and Frankfurt talks `at breaking point'

TALKS BETWEEN the London and Frankfurt stock exchanges are at breaking point over which clearing and settlement system to use for the Anglo-German trading platform due to unveil this autumn.

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Obituary: Ignatz Bubis

IGNATZ BUBIS was the leader of German Jewry; with his death has died much of Germany's conscience.

DANCE: EVENT OF THE WEEK - Artifact

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Letter: European identity

Sir: Charles Allen of Frankfurt-am-Main (letter, 2 July) uses false arguments to support his case against Britain joining the Schengen area.

At last - men have become interesting

IT WAS a normal pre-match gathering at a summer football tournament, 11 guys chatting about the sort of things which guys chat about when there are no women around.

Mercury opens in Frankfurt

Mercury opens in Frankfurt

Markets sign up for European exchange

THE LONDON and Frankfurt stock exchanges yesterday bowed to pressure from rival European bourses to abandon their go-it-alone strategy and work together with the other main Continental markets towards a $7 trillion pan-European exchange.
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