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Merkel is indispensable but insufficient

There is no other European leader able to forge the deals that will keep the EU together

Earthquake damage: blame politicians

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Humans obstruct the driverless revolution

For many people, cars are an extension of their identity, a mechanical symbol of freedom

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London and New York must cement bond

The world’s leading financial markets have a special relationship, writes Dan Glaser

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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

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