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Global stock markets have rallied sharply as Americans head to the polls – with the likely impact of any result on economic stimulus preoccupying investors. London’s FTSE 100 was 2% higher in early afternoon trading with European markets also ahead, picking up after gains from Wall Street and in Asian trading overnight. There were further
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Poland’s right-wing government has delayed implementing a high court ruling on further tightening what was already one of Europe’s most restrictive abortion laws, after nationwide protests. On 22 October, the court decided aborting foetuses with congenital defects violates the constitution – only permitting terminations in cases where there is a risk to the woman’s life
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