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Bureaucracy must finally free itself (and us) from paper, says @AliceFishburn
Pleasure garden to London art hub: Vauxhall gets a makeover from Damien Hirst and co
Holland Park - where your house earns more in an hour than you do
John Banville takes us on a surprisingly unliterary tour of the city of Joyce and Beckett
What Katie (and Luella) did next: the British designers talk about their new collection
Lunch with the FT: literary grande dame Mary-Kay Wilmers talks to Lucy Kellaway
'Will they open the border and let us in?' Meet a migrant in Calais
'Beaton was not just a photographer' @annieleibovitz on Cecil Beaton
Is it time to bring back social housing?
.@TimHarford on the ‘Harbingers of Failure’: the people who love the products that flop
Second helpings: the knives are out in the battle to be world's most innovative restaurant
Clive James on life, mortality, the power of poetry – and his dip in Hugh Hefner’s jacuzzi
What’s happening to houses in New Orleans, 10 years after Katrina?
Just published: front page of the Financial Times UK edition, Saturday August 29
Just published: Front page of the Financial Times US edition, Saturday August 29
FT EXCLUSIVE Rebekah Brooks is to return to News Corp as chief of UK operations
Nearly 13,000 people have died from Boko Haram's attacks over the last 5 years
Malaysia's PM 'doesn’t care for the country and doesn’t bother with accountability'
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Bush and Clinton languish in Donald Trump's shadow
Second helpings: the knives are out in the battle to be world's most innovative restaurant
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After a staggering run, the US equity bull market has finally been tamed

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