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Nato ministers ‘confident’ Turkey will not stop Sweden and Finland joining on.ft.com/3yE9mcS
Western banks explore asset swaps as a way of exiting Russia on.ft.com/3a3cfJV
Fertility: childcare costs exacerbate the demographic drought on.ft.com/3yAPdV1 | opinion
Stablecoins need to be tethered by real-world rules on.ft.com/3MiNrM6 | opinion
Bonuses are outdated in the age of knowledge work on.ft.com/3lcGa4G | opinion
Narendra Modi secures diplomatic wins despite refusing to break with Russia on.ft.com/3LfmNm9
Police say shooting that killed 10 in US grocery store was ‘hate crime’ on.ft.com/3wtijTx
Dirty money contaminates the UK’s public sphere on.ft.com/3PpZDNk
Strong European earnings season fails to ease investors’ nerves on.ft.com/3wdP5Jo
Europe battles to secure steel following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on.ft.com/3FLSToz
Johnson delays plans to ban multibuy deals on unhealthy food on.ft.com/3LlnuKQ
Where the next financial crisis could come from on.ft.com/3wubbWS | opinion
The damage wreaked by Johnson’s government will far outlast his premiership on.ft.com/3wcmRP9 | opinion
Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka’s military-minded leader, takes his last stand on.ft.com/3lan1Am
The joy of living off the clock on.ft.com/3weLzP7 | opinion
When democratic spin conceals a descent into dictatorship on.ft.com/38wPD3U
‘No longer cheap eats’: Ukraine war adds to pressure on UK fish and chip shops on.ft.com/3LkB2Gs
Philip Morris has resolved big tobacco’s burning issue on.ft.com/3sDbAoT
Trump administration lawyer advised UK on ditching N Ireland protocol on.ft.com/3NcHkZP
Global stocks record longest weekly losing streak since 2008 crisis on.ft.com/3MqBV1a
UK banks pull mortgage deals as borrowers rush to lock in rates on.ft.com/3wcsMnq
US holds first talks with Russian defence minister since Ukraine war began on.ft.com/3FQA5V1
HSBC prepares defence against Ping An’s break-up demands on.ft.com/3syUhFH
Twitter/Musk: shares take a tumble after comic intervention on.ft.com/3FQZ0ba | opinion
Musk’s wild Twitter ride shows the power of private capital on.ft.com/3szj0cO
Junior KPMG auditor ‘should not lose his home’ for misleading regulator, says tribunal on.ft.com/3M7qV8Z
Executive pay: replacing greed with good on.ft.com/39gOBJu | opinion
EU ‘determined’ to sway Hungary over Russian oil sanctions, says top official on.ft.com/3wai7JS
Climate graphic of the week: Record carbon dioxide levels alarm scientists on.ft.com/3l4xgWW
LNG glut raises prospect of lower UK energy bills on.ft.com/3Ng592P
UAE president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan dies on.ft.com/37Iws6V
Head of UK civil service fears partygate fine, officials say on.ft.com/3waDieT
Pink Floyd: just another brick in the wall of the lucrative music rights industry on.ft.com/3wcBVMA | opinion
Car bosses warn of supply chain threat to electric vehicle rollout on.ft.com/37GGJk0
Turkey’s president objects to Finland and Sweden’s Nato applications on.ft.com/37KGvsi
Sanctions target ‘shady network’ backing Putin, UK says on.ft.com/39YQY45
The Lex Newsletter: magical, mystical metrics on.ft.com/3l5UBr0 | opinion
Toshiba reveals takeover interest as battle heats up on.ft.com/3MbtJSl
Channelling the Nimby spirit won’t fix Britain’s housing problems on.ft.com/3FHHea4
Growth stocks almost look cheap on.ft.com/3Laveiz | opinion
‘Now it will only get worse’: Cuba grapples with impact of Ukraine war on.ft.com/3Pnawz9
Crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried: ‘I got involved with no clue what a blockchain was’ on.ft.com/3l8OoLa
Beware the itch of democracies to spy on domestic critics on.ft.com/3Mb9ogb | opinion
Musk puts $44bn Twitter deal ‘on hold’ on.ft.com/3w9C5o0
Goodbye to the golden age of consumer choice on.ft.com/37K00Bg | opinion
Inflation: managing the threat to your pension on.ft.com/3wax52A
N Ireland faces political paralysis after DUP vows to block speaker election on.ft.com/3PgluXl
Boris Johnson sets out plans to cut up to 90,000 civil servants on.ft.com/3NfutpZ
Reasons why the tech stock crash may be far from over on.ft.com/3wo5jOY | opinion
Dubai’s workers struggle with cost of living crisis on.ft.com/3PdI6rz
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