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  Politicians must stop obsessing over national icons and let airline become more efficient
  The mining group should have got out of coal earlier when the price was better
  Inflation figures and speedy vaccine rollout expected to reduce pressure on BoE to cut rates
  Sir Joseph Nathaniel Lyons DL will be spinning in his grave.
  Group serving over-50s will only allow people travel after receiving two doses of jab
  European officials say supply changes after ruling on doses per vial could derail vaccination plans
  Lifestyle shifts and government measures boost market despite economic slowdown
  Strategy will only work if streaming group keeps raising its subscription prices
  US investment bank caps buoyant earnings season across Wall Street
  Stuck-at-home consumers add to sales as they wash and cook more during coronavirus pandemic
  Luxury shoppers are still treating themselves despite pandemic
  World’s largest flexible office company takes another £160m hit to cover pandemic costs
  Incoming US president moves to undo or freeze Trump policies in areas ranging from immigration to climate
  The incoming president could face problems with traditional US allies such as Israel, as well as with adversaries
  Laboratory-based study shows mutations were neutralised by antibodies in blood of vaccinated patients
  Treasuries hold steady and gold rises ahead of Biden’s inauguration
  Fourth quarter shows pick-up in online learning businesses but lockdowns hit media group hard
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  Coronavirus restrictions shut 15% of stores worldwide but Asia shows some recovery
  That country’s coal industry has been rocked by China’s decision to ban imports because of a row over coronavirus
  TSE reshuffle and aggressive new proxy adviser guidelines target widely criticised practice
  The cost of consumer goods rose by 0.6% in December, up from 0.3% the previous month
  David Perry was called a ‘mercenary’ after agreeing to prosecute pro-democracy activists
  Former adviser among group granted clemency hours ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration as president
  New restrictions imposed as Beijing hits back against Trump administration over pandemic’s origins
  President has become increasingly isolated since being blamed for deadly attack on US Capitol
  Transfer of power takes place in a militarised Washington already reeling from pandemic
  The European bloc’s first uniformed armed force faces allegations of helping to send migrants back to countries such as Turkey
  President López Obrador’s championing of fossil fuels has short-circuited the shift to renewable energy
  Dose shortages risk prolonging pandemic for years, experts warn
  Do your homework before taking out a ‘lifetime mortgage’ on your property
  Governing body scrambles to agree up to £225m through state and private borrowing
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