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Reliving the ‘70s swing: graphic prints, bold colours and unusual textures are back on.ft.com/1c1NXgn pic.twitter.com/VC4FhspnJy
The lure of Marrakech: north European buyers drawn to the warmer climes and culture. on.ft.com/1c31Hr4 pic.twitter.com/kwhgXheStR
The Tories' little-known election pledge to save Britain's underwater gardens on.ft.com/1JG2iwK pic.twitter.com/bay4goju0W
21st-century universities: from cloisters to tutorial pods with Thomas Heatherwick on.ft.com/1zkpgFP pic.twitter.com/zxog3gVOwB
The Tories' little-known election pledge to save Britain's underwater gardens on.ft.com/1AoRwm2 pic.twitter.com/ABtUaUGONy
The lure of Marrakech: north European buyers drawn to the warmer climes and culture. on.ft.com/1dAepOu pic.twitter.com/xD4I1IU5B6
21st-century universities: from cloisters to tutorial pods with Thomas Heatherwick on.ft.com/1dAeHVA pic.twitter.com/eCBYRp5yLM
Crisis has made Greeks value their ancient relics more than ever, says archaeologist on.ft.com/1c1KhLC pic.twitter.com/UcFsqYqkrI
Analysis: White House no longer sees anything special in UK relations on.ft.com/1bmtdyE #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/gwXYTyJooa
Analysis: The SNP’s record in power - less radical than you might think on.ft.com/1E2pRYA #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/O4AIHyvqy5
See possible scenarios for the new UK government based on current projections on.ft.com/1dozyLy #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/qM4DeJ94BF
Comment: Bribes and evasions on housing and the deficit on.ft.com/1AqDxw7 #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/tgrsvAAV5V
Analysis of how it has run Scotland reveals the SNP to be more centrist than radical on.ft.com/1E2ekJ0 #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/7LRTq5S3x2
Front page of the Financial Times USA for Saturday, May 2 pic.twitter.com/VOkz6GcWN4
Front page of the Financial Times UK for Saturday, May 2 pic.twitter.com/czOtSYbI9O
Clinging on: Ingram Pinn's Visual comment of the week on.ft.com/1c3wVhN #Greece #Euro pic.twitter.com/xMllTQg691
Who won the fourth and final non-debate of the campaign? It was a massacre. on.ft.com/1KAfMro #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/T6qNkfhgU3
Analysis: The SNP’s record in power - less radical than you might think on.ft.com/1E2ccRn #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/Xe2HSJOwO8
Analysis: White House no longer sees anything special in UK relations on.ft.com/1c34Ff8 #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/fxTbTkl29o
Greeks mark May Day with anti-austerity protests on.ft.com/1c31J2a pic.twitter.com/F5rmnCuAGY
Comment: Twitter should stay far from the madding cloud on.ft.com/1DHDtbf pic.twitter.com/OnFYp7feZJ
Ukip sets sights on Hartlepool, a prime target seat once held by Peter Mandelson on.ft.com/1E1R8KJ #GE2015 pic.twitter.com/unLIHrO8CZ
In the 24 years since Bill Gates first introduced Warren Buffett they have become confidantes on.ft.com/1E1BHSU pic.twitter.com/1Un1sVGfrf
This week's FT person in the news - Floyd Mayweather, the gifted, minted king of the ring on.ft.com/1E1UjlO pic.twitter.com/5v9atJrdT2