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Eurozone crisis live: Recession fears grow as Portugal strikes
"Protestors carry a banner saying "Occupy All" during a march on the Portuguese general strike in Lisbon."
Budget bombshell: Tories mug OAPs and hand tax breaks to the rich
"The Chancellor also slapped tax rises on fags, petrol and even takeaway food such as pies and sausage rolls."
RIP NHS, 1948-2012: Cameron gloats as hated Health Bill passed to allow private firms to cash in on care
"A last-ditch bid by Labour to delay the Health and Social Care Bill was defeated by 328 votes to 246 as Lib Dems joined Tories to push it through."
Consumed by crime
'The link between the deregulation of markets and a sharp rise in rates of offending is too strong to be denied'. Article by David Wilson
"How much money did we make off the client?": Goldman Sachs resignation letter blasting culture of "toxic" greed goes viral
"Top investment bank executive takes parting shot at "destructive" working environment, claiming clients are referred to as "muppets"."
Unilever, P&G fined 315.2 million euros for price fixing
"The EU watchdog cut the fines by 10 percent in return for the firms' admission that they participated in the cartel."
Spain and the lingering legacy of Franco
"The fascist dictator's shadow still hangs over Spain – but can this generation or the next finally bring catharsis to the nation?"
Shame works on bankers, MPs and tabloids, however immune they seem
"Closing tax loopholes is more than token banker-bashing. Small gestures can shake up cosy elites."
It's not my fault you paid $250,000 and I paid a buck
"Long-time residents not always pleased by new neighbors who buy foreclosed properties."
Chevron's dirty fight in Ecuador
"The giant oil corporation has been fined $8.6bn for an environmental disaster that has been called 'the Amazon's Chernobyl'. But guess what? It may end up paying nothing."
We need to know who funds these thinktank lobbyists
"The battle for democracy is becoming a fight against backroom billionaires seeking to shape politics to suit their own interests."
Assange is a 'high-tech terrorist', says Biden
"Joe Biden likened Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks to a hi-tech terrorist."
Top Tory donor Michael Hintze company earns £125million but only pays £77,000 tax in Britain
His hedge fund empire CQS handles £5.5billion worth of investments around the world and pays its UK staff salaries of £111million.
In Alabama, a County That Fell Off the Financial Cliff
"ONE county jail here is so crowded that some inmates sleep on the floor, while the other county jail, a few miles down the road, sits empty."
Rothschild loses libel case, and reveals secret world of money and politics
"Thanks to billionaire's legal battle, we now know a lot more about how the super-rich work."
No, we shouldn't move on
"UBS is the latest bank to let former execs off the hook."
Ocupar Wall Street by Manuel Castells
La inmoralidad del mundo financiero parece haber encontrado un contrapoder con el que no contaba: sus propios clientes
Greek MPs warned of catastrophe as Athens erupts in violence
"Rioters set buildings on fire as highly divisive austerity package is passed by parliament."
End energy profiteering: The rich get richer, the poor get colder
"Big Six suppliers heading for bumper profits and bonuses as more than 5.5 million UK homes hit by fuel poverty."
The banks are still boss
"Goldman Sachs' $550m fine is as much as the bank takes in trading revenue in just one week."
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