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Climate change ignored in US election

People are afraid that doing something about global warming will make them poorer

Weak EU champions hasten a hard Brexit

The pro-Europe crowd should have moved on to argue the case for the closest possible relationship

Trump benefits from criticism of trade

The fall in productivity and stagnant wages have been allowed to happen, writes Wilbur Ross

Labour’s voter disconnection

Corbyn or Smith needs to be radical if Labour is to return to power, writes Rowenna Davis

The burkini and a crisis of confidence

Muslims’ visibility reflects an ownership over their dual identities, writes Mehreen Khan

Joe Cummings - Charles Harder
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Charles Harder, favoured Hollywood lawyer

Litigator of Hulk Hogan and Melania Trump has been thrust into the limelight, writes Kara Scannell

America and the demon drink

Stanford University reacts to Brock Turner case by banning liquor, writes Philip Delves Broughton

FT Editorial

Convenience not culture binds Europe

The EU’s multiple crises will not yield to invocations of its glorious past, writes Josef Joffe

Yes Minister, BBC sitcom, by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn programme with Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne

‘Yes Minister’ is a guide to UK politics

Notebook: Even former leaders have attested to its authenticity, writes Sebastian Payne

Iran a no-go for banks without US backing

This tale is a sad example of how uncoordinated Washington’s policy can be

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