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Nick Clegg outlines "non-negotiable" education funding plan

Mon 27th Apr 15, 17:20:49

The Liberal Democrats have revealed their first ever 'red line' - a rise in education funding from £49bn to £55.3bn over the next parliament.

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FX round-up: Euro and sterling gain in risk-on session

The single currency and sterling continued to move higher on Friday as economic data on other side of the Pond diverged and in a generally "risk-on" atmosphere. 59 minutes ago

Broker tips: Tullow Oil, ITV, Imperial Tobacco

Analysts at Canaccord Genuity reiterated their 'hold' rating on Tullow Oil stock, after a judge ruled its TEN development could continue. 1 hour ago

Mylan unanimously rejects Teva“s takeover bid

The board of pharmaceutical group Mylan has unanimously rejected a $40.1bn takeover offer from Teva Pharmaceutical (£26.3bn). 3 hours ago

Sunrise Resources plunges despite positive update from Nevada project

Mineral exploration group Sunrise Resources said its US project in County Line showed a diatomite product that could be generate to commercial standards. 4 hours ago

Labour to scrap stamp duty for majority of first-time buyers

Labour party leader Ed Miliband has pledged to write-off stamp duty for first time buyers of homes below £300,000 for the first three years of an elected Labour government. 4 hours ago

Europe close: Equities rebound on Greek optimism

European equities rebounded after the Greek government reshuffled its negotiating team. 3 hours ago

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