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Democratic infighting and poor messaging hampers push to spend trillions of dollars on popular policies
Senate committee assessment recommends president should face criminal indictment
Russian workplaces to shut down from October 30 amid rising case numbers and deaths
Debate over energy has been supercharged by surging electricity costs
Data reveal price decline in big cities in September as weakness in real estate sector reverberates
FATF move would further dent country’s ability to attract crucial foreign capital
Clashes in Beirut bode ill for a country where Iran-backed Hizbollah flexes its muscles
Country’s democratic experiment fails to deliver 18 years after US-led invasion
Head of Germany’s central bank was a vocal and often lonely critic of the ECB’s ultra-loose monetary policy
This series examines the way the Taliban are governing a country that has modernised and grown more complex over the past two decades
European Commission chief pledges sanctions against Warsaw while recovery funding is still on hold
Nuclear-capable ‘glide vehicle’ raises US fears that Beijing is developing new generation of arms
‘Substantial’ risk to politicians after Amess killing, say intelligence analysts
Survey adds to evidence that labour shortages are fuelling widespread wage growth
Call for urgent review of price cap as wholesale spike threatens more supplier collapses
Consumers query amount of water used, accuracy of charges and handling of debt recovery
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
HMRC plans to probe digital currency holders over possible gains
SMRs promise huge cost savings over traditional large-scale plants but the technology is unproven
Transport analysts say government will need to replace lost taxes from petrol and diesel
Borrowing to fund the energy transition is neither unsustainable nor unfair
Company earnings reports highlight effect of rising input costs
Agreement to buy as much as 5m tonnes a year will more than double Chinese imports of the fuel from America
More evidence of how strong demand for consumer durables is right now.
Rising interest among mainstream investors has helped fuel gains in digital token’s price
Spending watchdog to assess how FCA oversaw transfers by thousands of steelworkers
Those who believe current increases are a blip ignore the psychological impact they will have
Former PM’s communication with government officials within the rules, says regulator
If the country is flirting with systemic instability, it certainly did not show in the bond pricing
Traditional giveaways may not impress voters enduring turbulence — long-term thinking should be the priority
Dutch group Akzo Nobel forecasts situation could last until the middle of 2022
Prices on US ecommerce websites are rising while holiday discounts dwindle, Adobe report says
Neither current shortages nor the green transition may deliver the sustained high prices that exporters hope for
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority-led round lifts super app’s value by about 60% ahead of listing
Chart crime at Her Majesty’s Government.