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David Cameron makes another gaffe: ‘This election is all about my career… sorry I mean country’.

New test can predict cancer up to 13 years before it hits.

London’s social cleansing shame: How 50,000 poorer families were silently shipped out of the capital in three years.

Arsenal winger’s mother ‘banned by club after hitting club negotiator’.

Tattoo removals up as it’s revealed Apple Watch won’t work over ink.

Tory’s secret plan to ‘slash’ child benefit to meet £8bn cuts target revealed by Lib Dems.

‘Forced labour’? Abu Dhabi’s out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of the Emirates’ rulers.

Heatwaves will become ‘more likely’ in England, scientists say.

‘A return to Victorian Britain’: Teachers pay for haircuts and underwear for poor pupils.

HSBC makes new DCM appointments, Pascoe

moves to treasury.

HSBC HQ Move Unlikely To Have Major Direct Credit Impact.

Wheeler to join S&P’s structured finance effort

Denmark moves closer to joining EU banking union.

MORGAN STANLEY

The bank has named two new co-heads of a physical oil trading business it plans to sell, according to an internal memo. Thomas Simpson and Fabrizio Zichichi will take over the business from Michael Brennan, who is now head of physical oil, according to the memo.

STANDARD & POOR’S

Darrell Wheeler, a veteran commercial mortgage bond securities strategist, is moving to Standard & Poor’s to take over as the rating firm’s head of research for global structured finance, two people familiar with the matter said.

LAZARD GROUP LLC

The financial advisory firm appointed Alexander Stern its chief executive, financial advisory, and named Matthieu Pigasse as global head of M&A and sovereign advisory.

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL

The commercial real estate services company said Meg Brown, an equity placement expert, will join its capital advisory team, effective July.

NUTMEG

The online investment management service provider appointed Tracy Sambrook as chief financial officer.

Investors take £1 billion out of UK markets ahead of general election.


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