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OPINION: It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK

OPINION: It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK

Is the sky really falling in because of Brexit?

OUR SAY: Brexit so terribly British

OUR SAY: Brexit so terribly British

A protest vote gone horribly wrong

EU referendum: Pro Brexit banner flies over Jo Cox memorial

EU referendum: Pro Brexit banner flies over Jo Cox memorial

The plane's engines could be heard as Mr Cox fought against tears

Bookmakers consistent over outcome of EU referendum

Bookmakers consistent over outcome of EU referendum

WHILE the polls have varied wildly, bookmakers have been consistent

Closure of Balkan trail exposes divisions among EU members

Closure of Balkan trail exposes divisions among EU members

Leaders praise and condemn move to close borders against refugees

Aussie dollar and shares plummit after Greek 'no' vote

Aussie dollar and shares plummit after Greek 'no' vote

Aussie dollar and shares plummit after Greek 'no' vote

As many as 700 feared dead after migrant boat capsizes

As many as 700 feared dead after migrant boat capsizes

As many as 700 feared dead after migrant boat capsizes

Google removes half of UE's requested links

Google removes half of UE's requested links

Google has agreed to more than 50% of requests to remove links

Google vindicated by EU on search index privacy

Google vindicated by EU on search index privacy

EU court rules in Google's favour: 'right to be forgotten' vetoed

Greece downgraded to 'emerging-market'

Greece downgraded to 'emerging-market'

Debt-laden Greece slips after 83% fall in stock market since 2007

IMF leaders admit they got sums wrong over Greece

IMF leaders admit they got sums wrong over Greece

Report shows IMF admits it made crucial mistakes over Greece

Accounts at EU banks are 'a joke', warn analysts

Accounts at EU banks are 'a joke', warn analysts

Former Moody's vice-chairman rubbishes EU banks

St George Economics economy and finance update

St George Economics economy and finance update

St George Economics economy and finance update 26/3/2013

Cyprus seeks EU bailout

Cyprus seeks EU bailout

Cyprus is the latest European country to ask for an EU bailout

Spain finally asks for bailout

Spain finally asks for bailout

Spain becomes latest country to request a bailout

Dollar could fall if Greece bails

Dollar could fall if Greece bails

AUD could fall below US90¢ if Greece pulls out of the eurozone

Does the EU need a Sarkozy win?

Does the EU need a Sarkozy win?

Austerity faces a major challenge in François Hollande

Bank Transfer may be too far

Bank Transfer may be too far

Lloyds is getting queasy about the sell-off of 'Project Verde'

More billions for Greece

More billions for Greece

THE IMF has approved 28 billion euro funding for crisis-hit Greece

China threatens EU over jet tax

China threatens EU over jet tax

China threatens trade tantrum over jet tax

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