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UK capital has the technology and staffing in place, not to mention English law
Cost of homes in the area has risen 76% in five years — and are still going up
Citi’s UK chief is paying the price for being a safe pair of hands
New sanctions do not toughen US stance on Moscow but keep the door open to talks
Consultants go into self-imposed purdah as penance for leaking memo on Brexit
His London gallery transformed the art world of the 1960s — John Kasmin talks about those ‘extravagantly bohemian’ days
Tough medicine on a night of US election upheaval
‘Uncertainty causes recessions because it makes consumers, employers and investors hesitate before spending’
From Baroness Valerie Amos et al.
From John Stewart, Valais, Switzerland
Are hedge fund ‘two and 20’ fees justified for failing to beat market?
Would abandoning the tyranny of the three-week root touch-up and embracing our grey hair really be so dreadful?
In the era of coalition, the political tie is becoming more and more muddy coloured
To achieve perfect fluency, you need to start very young – preferably as an infant
In retrospect, the 1970s were a time when political civility and accountability were taken seriously
Research shows the importance of what they call ‘passive face time’, writes John McDermott
A study of JFK in 1963 reveals a determined leader and a changing man
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