Boris Johnson makes a new attempt to win parliament’s backing for his Brexit deal on Monday, UK officials say a Russian cyberattack unit “masqueraded” as Iranian hackers to lead attacks against 35 countries and Standard Chartered chief executive Bill Winters is planning to accept a voluntary pay cut in response to a dispute over his pension allowance. Plus, Canadians will go to the polls in a general election today. FT contributor Jason Kirby reports on what is at stake for prime minister Justin Trudeau. 

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