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As US allies wrestle with what to do next, China hopes to benefit from a world in flux

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‘My ambition is to change even one Jamaican ghetto into somewhere better’

‘It’s rare in Silicon Valley to see a company’s sacred values torn apart like this’

‘The working classes don’t believe any politician can bring back good jobs but they want to be liked just as they are’

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‘For teenagers, two days without access to the dazzling repartee that is a 14-year-old’s WhatsApp group, to Snapchat and texts, is social solitary confinement’

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‘Although there are corners of the public sector that are using the latest technology, most federal agencies have been slow to introduce 21st-century ideas’

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‘I pass the former petrol station that is becoming a hotel. For a summer in 2010 it housed an outdoor cinema. I watched “Barbarella” there’

‘It is now, when the sun is out, that tomatoes come into their own’

When the NYSE COO took a culinary leave, her stockbroking skills proved useful in cooking

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