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Articles from City AM (London, England) (May 29, 2019)

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A new review recommends cutting university fees to PS7,500 a year - is this a good idea? DEBATE. 367
Almost half of firms victims of financial crime. 163
Approvals of UK mortgages hit two-year high. 262
Arsenal's deadly duo gives Gunners the edge in Baku; FOOTBALL COMMENT. 408
BEST OF THE BROKERS. 294
BEST OF TWITTER. 184
Boots' US owner mulls over 200 store closures. 244
British Strength; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the editor 223
Centrica aims to lure businesses to electric cars. 230
CITY AM CLUB PARTNER SPOTLIGHT; Indian fine dining star partners with the Club. 327
CITY MOVES WHO'S SWITCHING JOBS. 396
Employers hire in May despite Brexit impasse. 268
Equality body will probe antisemitism in Labour. 366
EU DIGS IN HEELS OVER BREXIT DEAL. 409
FINAL SHOT AT GLORY; Emery and Sarri still to convince as first seasons draw to close, writes Frank Dalleres. 1246
FLAT-FEE REVOLUTION ROCKS INVESTING; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE Until now investors have put up with paying a percentage of their wealth to middlemen. But not for much longer. 626
From taxes to cats, May's government has been an affront to Conservative ideology. 587
FTSE 100 chokes as tobacco firms fall on revenue; LONDON REPORT. 388
Galliford rises after Bovis reveals rejection. 170
Goals will miss its targets after accounts error. 261
IT'S A STEEL Over 80 possible buyers weighing up British giant. 159
Italy could face [euro]3bn fine over high debt level. 175
KLP goes cold turkey on sin stock holdings. 157
Lender Amigo hails soaring profit. 133
Live TV still top choice for Brits despite streaming service boom. 203
London ready for centre stage as curtain lifts on Cricket World Cup; Capital hosting 10 games and many more side events, writes Felix Keith. 627
Lonmin owners pass bid to create world's largest platinum producer. 200
Mid-sized firms top up turnover growth abroad. 163
Mind the expectation gap: Khan is a disappointment to London. 667
MODERN FAMILY; Take-up has been low and complaints are high - Katherine Denham looks at tax-free childcare. 857
NETFLIX SPEAKS OUT ON GEORGIA ABORTION BAN; IN BRIEF. 124
NMC raises its guidance after Saudi fund deal. 252
Online ads set to be majority of total spend. 199
P&O Ferries sues government for PS33m over Eurotunnel settlement. 163
Pret a Manger has swallowed up Eat - but how will it taste? 330
Ramsay empire returns to profit despite slump. 229
Returning Aussie duo can make sure Cricket World Cup remains Down Under; Charlie Robertson previews the 2019 Cricket World Cup. 585
Roy to smash tournament sixes quote out of the park. 286
Shopping price inflation gained pace in May. 158
Smart Rocket can show his speed for Moore and Moreira. 280
Star Luck can help Teetan get back to winning ways; Hong Kong racing expert Wally Pyrah previews today's action from Happy Valley. 531
THE DAY I GOT HOOKED; In the second extract from his new book, Hooked: Adventures in Angling & Eating, Mark Hix remembers the time the salmon turned the tables and he got hooked through the cheek. 713
The next Tory leader is doomed before they have even started. 900
The UK growth outperforms the pessimists. 373
The West is wrong to turn on globalisation; THE CITY VIEW. 400
The zen power of simply doing nothing; Sometimes tactical patience can achieve much more than trying to do something. 648
Top bosses targeted by phishing attacks as email threats increase. 146
Travelodge books in 17 more hotels amid European expansion drive. 230
UK gloom drags down economic sentiment in EU. 271
Vegan firm Beyond Meat sizzles as investors hunger for more. 140
Wall St pares gains as trade fears weigh; NEW YORK REPORT. 346
Wealthy women lack confidence for investment. 319
WEEKLY GRILL; Double Michelin starred chef Helene Darroze talks about her new restaurant in Paris, the joy of boiled eggs and cooking for Jacques Chirac. 387
WHAT THE OTHER PAPERS SAY THIS MORNING. 416

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