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Can the crowdfunding model work in London? We speak to Anastasia Emmanuel, director of UK Hardware, technology and design, Indiegogo

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By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

What nickname will Londoners give this one? (The Pistol, perhaps?)

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Watch wars: Can the British bookshop beat the world’s largest tech company in the wearables market?

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By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

HSBC could move its HQ out of London following a review into its “regulatory and structural reforms”.

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"It's not a mansion, honest guv": How rich is Ed Miliband?

Fri, 24 Apr 2015

Miliband argues £2.7m London home is not a mansion

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Farage: I pray to God “sometimes”. Can divine intervention help UKIP’s poll performance?

Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Which party leaders are religious and which aren’t?

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The hilarious Twitter account making Ed Miliband look cool

Wed, 22 Apr 2015

Warning: these images will make you forget Ed Miliband’s bacon sarnie moments

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Facebook profits beat expectations as mobile traffic grows

By Harry Cockburn

Facebook’s first quarter profits have surprised analysts after falling just 20% since the same period last year.

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London fintech star Funding Circle just raised $150m

By Rebecca Hobson

It just got a new global chief product officer too

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Flash crash (wallop): UK trader arrested over 2010 Wall Street micro-crash

By Harry Cockburn

US wants to extradite Navinder Singh Sarao for share price manipulation

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The hilarious Twitter account making Ed Miliband look cool

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By Harry Cockburn

Shapps denies editing his own and others MPs’ Wikipedia entries

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By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

Sorry Britons, the British passport is sadly not the most powerful passport in the world.

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The retailer has posted the biggest loss in its 96-year history

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Tesco posts catastrophic £6.38bn loss – the largest in its 96-year history

By Harry Cockburn

UK’s largest grocer says there will be no dividends for shareholders this year

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The founder and CEO of Astus Group on why Labour’s policies are causing her to turn her back on a lifetime of loyalty

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How one man took his business from zero to £77m in four years

By Harry Cockburn

David Spencer-Percival’s recruitment firm on course to make £80m gross profit by 2018

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Ouch. Wonga just reported a £37.3m loss for 2014

By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

Britain’s biggest payday lender Wonga has reported a pre-tax loss of £37.3m for 2014.

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Top Tories warn that Conservatives' scaremongering over SNP could split union

By Harry Cockburn

Are the Conservatives’ repeated warnings over an SNP-Labour government winning the Scottish party greater support?

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Apprentice winner Tim Campbell & Boris Johnson together launch Student of the Year Awards

Tim Campbell MBE, best known for being the first ever winner of Alan Sugar’s “The Apprentice” and Chairman of social enterprise, Bright Ideas Trust, has launched an ambitious new competition to find the UK’s most hard-working students.

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Supermarket super-complaint: Which? demands action on “misleading” pricing

By Harry Cockburn

Consumer magazine hits out at “confusing” price structures

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Tesco’s £5bn blackhole: are staff pensions in danger?

By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

As the retailer prepares to announce the biggest loss in its 96-year history

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