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Just published: front page of the Financial Times, international edition, Tuesday 19 March
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The US higher education system presents itself as striving for fairness. Critics say it's a game rigged for the wealthy.
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Theresa May's problems in Britain go beyond her own party members. The Speaker of the House of Commons may give her even a bigger headache:
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As if negotiations with the EU aren't difficult enough, Theresa May is facing problems at home: her own party members are demanding she set a timeline for stepping down as prime minister in order to back her Brexit deal.
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Theresa May is going to start discussions about a possible Brexit delay with European leaders on Thursday — but how these talks will go is still unclear. Here we answer some of your questions on the next steps for Brexit:
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Airlines looking to replace Boeing's now-grounded 737 Max planes have a problem: the obvious replacement aircraft isn't even available, thanks to an already-long backlog of existing orders
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US officials have warned that the UK's 5G approach could jeopardise British national security as the Trump administration continues to pressure allies against using equipment made by Huawei.
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Goldman Sachs has rolled out new policies aimed at hiring more women — including extending its goal of 50/50 recruitment so that it covers all analysts and entry-level associates who are hired.
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Robert Shrimsley: If Theresa May's Brexit deal falls, the prime minister will have failed utterly. But even if it passes, little is resolved.
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A look at the big business of helping rich parents get their children into elite colleges – with some spending as much as $100,000
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Just in: Kevin Tsujihara, the chief executive of the Warner Bros film studio, is stepping down as the company investigates reports of abuse of power and an extramarital affair with an actress
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Turkey's president Erdogan has been rebuked for airing footage of New Zealand's worst ever terror attack during his election campaign rallies over the weekend
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Opinion: Is China's economy slowing down — or just changing? Official statistics appear disappointing, but closer scrutiny reveals that the structure of Chinese output is actually improving
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In Monday's First FT: The Lyft IPO takes off, we are on the campaign trail with Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke and look at the lessons Chicago college system has for the rest of the US.
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Calling all renters: have you had a bad experience of renting? We want to hear from you. Tell us more here:
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Even as late as 1970 women’s earnings were just 54% of men’s. A woman could not rent a car or a television, and had to forget about having their own mortgage. Now two new books explore how economic imperatives kept women tied to men
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'I have lost a day of work. It’s a nightmare, and it’s only going to get worse with Brexit'
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More about the man who just dealt a major blow to Theresa May's Brexit deal. Here is a profile of John Bercow from earlier in the year:
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'It remains in the EU’s interests to keep things as civil as possible. Otherwise, there may come a time when France and the wider EU think back nostalgically to the comparative stability and predictability of Theresa May’s Britain' – Gideon Rachman
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Just in: Theresa May has been warned she won't be able to put her Brexit deal to another parliamentary vote unless there are substantial changes to it.
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