Ever wanted to have lunch with an FT writer? Now’s your chance. This year, in aid of the FT’s staff-voted Seasonal Appeal partner, Habitat for Humanity, we will be auctioning lunch with some of our award-winning writers.

Lunch with Lionel Barber, Editor

Discuss business, world politics or cricket with the FT’s Editor.

Lunch with Gillian de Bono, Editor, How To Spend It

Talk luxury travel destinations and the latest watch recommendations with How to Spend It’s Editor.

Lunch with Martin Wolf, CBE, Chief Economics Commentator

How will Brexit affect the economy? What about the US-China trade war? Discuss the key questions of the day with Martin Wolf.

Lunch with Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor

Talk about the economy and all things US with our US Managing Editor and award-winning author.

Lunch with Rana Foroohar, Global Business Columnist

Who are the makers and takers of Wall Street? Rana Foroohar will share her insider’s insights.

Lunch with Simon Kuper, Life & Arts Columnist

Soccernomics, politics or books? Simon Kuper can talk about them all, and more.

Lunch with Claer Barrett and Merryn Somerset Webb, Personal Finance Editor and Columnist

The ultimate personal finance duo will provide sound advice along with excellent company.

Dinner with Jancis Robinson and Nicholas Lander, Wine Columnist and Restaurant Critic

Enjoy fine wine and exquisite food and conversation with our fabulous food and wine pairing.

Review a restaurant with Nicholas Lander

Join our critic as he dines at a new restaurant and get his take on current trends in food and dining.

Auction opens at 8pm on Thursday December 6 until Sunday December 16. To bid, visit ebay.co.uk/FTappeal

• Your gift will be doubled
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