David Cameron with the Italian premier Mario Monti yesterday

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David Cameron will spell out his vision of "moral markets" today, as he enters the intense political debate over how to create a more "responsible capitalism".

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RBS axes 3,500 jobs at investment arm

Around 3,500 jobs will be cut at Royal Bank of Scotland over the next three years under plans to shrink its investment banking arm, the taxpayer-backed lender said today.

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'Angry, embittered and a liar': Abramovich's stinging rebuke for rival

The Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abramovich, has unleashed his most withering personal attack yet on his former business associate Boris Berezovsky, almost three months into the £3.5bn trial between the two men.

Park life: At home in Britain's unspoilt countryside

A pad in a national park comes with hefty price tag attached. But it’s a premium that cramped city-dwellers are happy to pay, says David Spittles

Compensation call over travel chaos

Thames Water was today urged to pay compensation to thousands of rail passengers hit by travel chaos because of a burst water main after the company said it was not liable.

Business Diary: Is Murdoch good for Sky's image?

James Murdoch will no doubt be happy the Bank Holiday weekend passed by without any further smoking guns emerging over the phone hacking scandal. Still, the campaign to hold him to account continues – not least amongstcertain investors in British Sky Broadcasting, where Mr Murdoch remains chairman. Institutional investors point to the BSkyB "Memorandum on Corporate Governance", which includes this duty amongst the chairman's list of responsibilities: "To enhance the company's public standing and image overall". It's difficult to argue that James has pulled that one off of late.

Rail services to Gatwick disrupted by landslip

A landslip caused by flooding from a burst water main caused rail chaos on busy commuter routes for a second day running today.

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Lost appeal over airport sale clips BAA's wings

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