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What line will Brussels take now Boris Johnson has his mandate to act tough?
Lionel Barber on the German chancellor’s defence of multilateralism
Caroline Criado-Perez on how using men as the default model affects society as a whole
Investors catapulted Alphabet’s stock market value above $1tn for the first time on Thursday
The well-advised wealthy are worrying that pensions benefits could be cut
Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the week in banking
US House votes today on sending articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate
How is Greece’s prime minister tackling the county’s entrenched economic problems?
The UK government is trying to retrieve some of the £10m used to prepare businesses for a no-deal Brexit
Who will make it on the ballot paper in the contest to succeed Jeremy Corbyn?
Nissan has accelerated secret contingency planning for a potential split from Renault
Telecoms companies no longer seem close to the vision to dominate the market worldwide
Professor Frank Dikötter talks about the cult of personality behind 20th-century dictators
US House votes in favour of limiting Donald Trump’s military powers against Iran
Donald Trump backs away from military action against Iran
Harry Potter will turn 40 in the year 2020, but has he been a wizard with his finances?
Iran fires more than a dozen missiles at US forces in Iraq
What challenges will Africa face in 2020?
Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss why protesters in Hong Kong are targeting HSBC
Who was Qassem Soleimani and why did the US order the airstrike that killed him?
The US denies it is pulling troops out of Iraq
France warns the US against digital tax retaliation
The big stories from 28 years at the FT — Blair and Brown, Iraq and Brexit
The former boss of Nissan and Renault has performed a stunning vanishing act
US regulators unveil long-awaited restrictions on some flavoured e-cigarettes
Lebanon pressed for Carlos Ghosn’s return one week before the former Nissan chairman escaped Japan
Gideon Rachman talks to Italy’s former centre-left prime minister
Private equity groups spent more on deals in 2019 than at any time since the financial crisis
Fake clicks on online ads are costing companies ‘tens of billions’ a year
After 14 years as editor, Lionel Barber discusses politics over three decades
The corporate year in review
What two books reveal about crime and incompetence in the Trump administration
Parliament returns and the starter gun is fired for Labour’s leadership race
The field of candidates for the next governor of the Bank of England has narrowed
The US House of Representatives voted to impeach president Donald Trump
The people and themes that shaped the year, from climate activism to Fleabag
What will the next five years of government bring for the UK?