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The modern incarnation of British Steel is a shadow of its former self
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In Wednesday's First FT: The US companies caught in the trade war crossfire; Europe's most valuable fintech group just raised more money; the Brit who landed a job at Tesla after his tweet went viral.
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For Brits planning a summer holiday on the Continent, Theresa May’s offer to MPs of a vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum may not have done enough to end sterling’s record losing streak against the euro
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SpiceJet has said it expects its Boeing 737 Max 8 jets to be back in the air by July, in a vote of confidence for the plane that has crashed twice in five months
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Anjana Ahuja: It is now possible to rewrite the book of life. A real conversation needs to be had about the consequences
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John Burn-Murdoch 3h
NEW: Global poverty rates have fallen rapidly as globalisation & free markets have become the world’s dominant economic system. Some say this means capitalism should get credit for reducing poverty, but is that really true? We crunched the numbers:
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In both Europe and America: 👉Fewer children are born 👉Faith is waning 👉Nationalists are prospering
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The UK-based food-to-go chain will transform the outlets into 'Veggie Prets' in an attempt to take advantage of the growing number of vegan and vegetarian diners
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Indonesia’s chief security minister has said the government is partially blocking access to social media to try to calm the situation
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Stocks to watch: Royal Mail, Babcock, Superdry, Moneysupermarket
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South Korea mulls ‘disorderly movements’ after won dive
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Former currencies star fights to revive hedge fund after loss
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This underlines growing international concerns over erosions of rule of law and freedom of speech in Hong Kong
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Sebastian Payne 6h
Pressure is rapidly growing on Theresa May to dump the Brexit bill. Michael Gove: "We will reflect over the course over the next few days." Jacob Rees-Mogg: “She decided to tack to the left whilst losing people in her own party."
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Authoritarian governments in Africa are using internet shutdowns as a new tool of repression
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Just in from Cannes: the FT's verdict on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood
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Mercedes Ruehl 4h
Like dominoes, one by one they fall away from Huawei via
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Why this newest form of political dissent is about more than just a deluge of laughter and lactose – on the milkshaking of Nigel Farage
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There are Airbnb hosts out there who spy on their guests with hidden cameras
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Naomi Long, leader of Northern Ireland’s cross-community Alliance party, has set her sights on a breakthrough for centrist politics in the region as she campaigns to take a European Parliament seat for the first time this week.
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