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A reporter who lived in Russia for 4 years reveals what it was like being stalked by Russian spies


Tinder is complying with a Russian government order to cooperate with its spy agencies — but insists it has not handed over any user data


A $1.6 trillion credit market could batter the global economy. And you will take the hit if it implodes, not Wall Street.



US officials say they will investigate the risky $1.6 trillion 'leveraged loan' market


National-security experts say a US Marine veteran detained in Russia doesn’t fit the profile of a spy, but he could be a bargaining chip for a prisoner swap


Paul Whelan, the US Marine veteran detained in Russia, has been charged with espionage, state media reports



How Russia's spies allegedly strong-armed their way into a UK visa before Skripal's poisoning


The West is worried about Russian subs lurking around undersea cables, and the US is sanctioning companies helping them do it


How a series of deadly Russian apartment bombings in 1999 led to Putin's rise to power


UK small business confidence 'plummets' to its lowest level since the Brexit vote


UK businesses are getting together to demand a softer Brexit


Businesses want politicians to 'get their house in order' after Theresa May's election gamble backfires



Billions in EU funding for small UK businesses is about to get shut off


Loss of EU workers after Brexit would be a 'huge blow' to Britain's small businesses


A Brexit-induced boost in exports is lifting Britain's business confidence --  despite soaring costs


A new report says Russia is intensifying its spy game in Eastern Europe



British firms are seriously concerned about post-Brexit trade tariffs


'Drastic' hikes to British business rates could shut down small firms across Britain


The US just eased Obama's Russia sanctions to 'authorise certain transactions'


Russian security agents suspected of treason reportedly charged with passing secrets to the CIA