Market Report: ENRC back in favour after terrible year

Admirers of miners with corporate governance issues have been thin on the ground, but today analysts and investors started to appreciate Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation's attributes. ENRC was certainly out of favour last year. Its shares declined more than 50 per cent during 2012, and even last month Goldman Sachs scribblers cut their buy rating to hold.

Warning over postgraduate education crisis

Vice-chancellors warned today of the "economically disastrous and socially divisive" neglect of postgraduate education in the UK.

The Ritz, one of London’s best hotels, faces BBC allegations of not paying corporation tax

How do guests at The Ritz feel about it not paying corporation tax?

The Ritz, perhaps Britain’s most instantly recognisable hotel, is facing the prospect of being targeted by protest groups as early as next month over revelations that it has not paid any corporation tax in the last 17 years.

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Michel Platini calls Euro 2020 idea 'zany' amid mixed reaction to changed format

Final could be staged at Wembley

Think Nadine's bad? Look at Naza

Kazakhstan's president exhibits all the democratic credibility of a Wright Stuff phone vote in

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Sharing in the election joy?

Page 3 Profile: Nadine Dorries, Conservative MP

Another jibe at Cameron?

'Cynical and devious' Kazakh bank boss set to be stripped of £3bn assets

Fugitive's £18m London home may be seized after ruling in 'epic' fraud case

Page 3 Profile: John Key, New Zealand PM

New policy?

New Zealand Prime Minister denies calling David Beckham 'thick'

New Zealand's prime minister has denied allegations that he called David Beckham “thick”.

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Putin says 'One could die' listening to 27-member EU's talks

Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is pushing for the integration of former Soviet states modeled on the European Union, said Thursday "one could simply die" listening to "27 countries and 27 languages" in EU debates.

Britain's postgrad crisis puts us on the same level as Kazakhstan

Students put off extended study by rising course fees and lack of access to loans
Giovanni Trapattoni gestures during his side’s 6-1 defeat to Germany

Levein and Trapattoni in battle to hang on to jobs

They will head off this morning, Scotland making the shortest journey to Brussels, Wales the longest to Osijek in eastern Croatia and the Irelands contrasting ones: the Republic to Torshavn, the Faroese capital and one of Europe's loneliest footballing outposts, the North to Porto. They will travel light because the Celtic tiger has lost its bite.

Giovanni Trapattoni gestures during his side’s 6-1 defeat to Germany

Craig Levein and Giovanni Trapattoni on brink

Scotland and Republic managers both look one more defeat away from the sack

FBI agents and police searched the premises of Arc Electronics Inc in Houston yesterday

FBI raids suspected hi-tech front company run by 'Russian agent'

Members of alleged network face trial after claims that components were sent to military

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Bread from heaven

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Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi: The Emirates' out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of its rulers

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Vince Cable interview: Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'

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Iwan Rheon interview: Game of Thrones star returns to his Welsh roots to record debut album

Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

Rheon is best known for his role as the Bastard of Bolton. It's gruelling playing a sadistic torturer, he tells Craig McLean, but it hasn't stopped him recording an album of Welsh psychedelia
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Increasing numbers of homeless people in America keep their mobile phones on the streets

Homeless people keep mobile phones

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