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It's been 30 years since The Big Bang in the City of London
Man Booker winner Paul Beatty signals a shift to realism - Isabel Berwick
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Inga Beale on how the City of London has changed in the 30 years since the Big Bang
Trump or Hillary: who will decorate the White House better?
Is the worst is over for the railroads’ coal businesses?
Iceland is famed for its Vikings. Soon it might be known for its Pirates too
How our personal gadgets can bring cutting-edge technology to older cars
It's been 30 years since The Big Bang: what’s next for the City of London?
FT Masterclass: Birdwatching with the Booker Prize-winning novelist @MargaretAtwood
Unheard America: how Donald Trump’s campaign transformed US politics
Coal is hitching a ride on US rails again
Opinion: Are these America’s elections — or the world’s? Simon Kuper's new column
Volkswagen has set aside another €442m to cover the costs of the diesel emissions scandal
It's been 30 years since The Big Bang: what’s next for the City of London?
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Why using copper as a reliable indicator of China's economy is a fraught exercise
The style that’s the answer to trans-seasonal dressing conundrums: quilting
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Are these America’s elections — or the world’s? @KuperSimon's new column
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JUST IN: Twitter to cut 9% of workforce, user growth tops forecasts via @fastFT
John Gapper: If China cannot beat Europe, it will acquire it
Winners and losers emerge from the oil price slump
How Donald Trump changed the US political landscape forever
Google’s self-driving cars set to become an autonomous business
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