Germany’s new coalition government beefs up climate goals

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A sustained rally in the price of carbon allowances could prompt UK government intervention, Germany’s new government is prioritising climate goals, and the FT’s European technology correspondent, Madhumita Murgia, reports on academics’ struggles to access Facebook data that they need in order to find out more about the social effect of the company’s platforms.

Carbon price surge triggers UK market mechanism

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Olaf Scholz plots a way round Germany’s debt rules - with Guy Chazan 

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Investigating Facebook: a fractious relationship with academia - with Madhumita Murgia 

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Ghosn brands Nissan ‘visionless’ as electric vehicle plan falls flat 

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