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Consumer goods giants fall short on plastic pledges

Doctors dismiss government pensions solution as ‘sticking plaster’

UK’s proposed environment watchdog lacks independence, MPs find

Ruth Davidson’s PR side job condemned as ‘unethical’

BellPott and PatVal show clawback clauses must be sharper

European coal plants forecast to lose €6.6bn in 2019

S Korea growth misses estimates in Q3 despite spending boost

SK Hynix profits slide despite improved chip demand in Q3

Japan’s manufacturing activity shrinks by most in over 3 years

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Regions with the biggest votes for Leave are also the most economically dependent on the EU

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Robert Shrimsley: 'The world has a new and heroic freedom fighter. De Gaulle, Gandhi, Mandela and now Puigdemont'

Inauguration crowd size estimates are in: -Trump 2017: 250,000 -Obama 2013: 1,000,000 -Obama 2009: 1,800,000

Hong Kong stocks back in red as investors fear crisis is deepening

Spanish foreign minister sanctioned by securities regulator

The Catalan president evaded helicopters tracking him by parking under a bridge and swapping cars so he could vote

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Spanish authorities used a nighttime raid on the Lleida Museum to remove artefacts from the museum and the region itself

Breaking News: The Mexican peso has seen its steepest dive in more than 20 years tonight

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Gideon Rachman: In the end, Spain may have to concede an independence referendum for Catalonia

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