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May 31, 2013

EU health cards ‘no substitute for proper travel insurance’

May 30, 2013

EU to ‘scale back’ financial transactions tax

May 21, 2013

EU exit would be ‘loss/loss’ scenario for UK – Goldman

May 20, 2013

‘Fatally flawed’ EU tax will hit millions of consumers

May 17, 2013

Friday newspaper round-up: EU exit, Asda, Dell…

May 14, 2013

Landlord refusing to let to lesbian couple exploits legal loophole

May 08, 2013

Bank accounts to be ‘cheaper and accessible to all in EU’

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