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A Brexit transition is only half an answer

The mantra that the UK wants a ‘deep and special’ relationship with the EU is empty

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The diesel scandal echoes bankers’ woes

As their sales model is threatened, carmakers are tempted to cut corners

Amber Rudd: Post-Brexit immigration must work for all

We can control migration from the EU while still attracting the best and brightest

Man at Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California, USA

A deserted coast evokes the 1967 Summer of Love

California’s Big Sur has been cut off for months — and many people like it that way

A phoney war over Brexit and the British economy

The impact of the departure from the EU will only be known in the medium term

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James Ferguson

Banking union will transform Europe’s politics

Bail-in rules introduced five years ago have far-reaching consequences for the bloc

America’s looming constitutional crisis

The deeper that special counsel Robert Mueller digs, the more the president panics

Clean electric cars are built on pollution in Congo

The country’s cobalt bonanza looks set to benefit only elites and mining companies

The meaning of the employment tribunal fees ruling

The court said the measure made no sense other than to prevent access to justice

The digital divide over consumer data widens

Regulatory divergence in America, Europe and Asia spells trouble

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