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Camilla Cavendish: Heroic efforts have been made to invent alternatives to the current model of UK railways but they are kiboshed by the obsession with competition. It’s time to stop tinkering and admit the experiment hasn’t worked on.ft.com/3Fgd7Xt
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Gillian Tett: Does it matter if you lose track of $80tn? That's how much are off-balance sheet in dollar swaps, a huge financial sector black hole on.ft.com/3HnOtH7
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Russia, faced with the humiliation of western powers dictating the price it earns for its oil, threatened to halt exports to countries complying with the cap. This usually would have sent oil prices higher, but the opposite has happened. What is going on? on.ft.com/3FgIilo
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Getir, the Istanbul-based online grocery start-up, has closed its acquisition of German rival Gorillas in a $1.2bn deal on.ft.com/3PaIBTD
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Fellowing our story, @carolinenokes will this week demand an official inquiry into the harms associated with underground sex work in the UK. W/@alexandraheal Thanks for speaking to us @NadiaWhittomeMP @cajardineMP @DianaJohnsonMP and @carolynharris24 ft.com/content/aae3704e-9a8b…
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Let us know if you get 20 down on our latest cryptic crossword: Monstrosity in France? Yes, (or England) (7). Complete the full puzzle here: on.ft.com/3Fh6NPC
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Robert Shrimsley: ‘Our brains have been rewired by online service to believe that everything need be no trouble. The convenience culture has raised nuisance to the level of disaster’ on.ft.com/3FiyzuW
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In exchange for basketball player Brittney Griner’s release from Russia, the US released Viktor Bout, an arms trafficker who was sentenced for conspiring to kill US citizens and aiding a terrorist organisation. The deal drew criticism and raised questions on.ft.com/3hhesFp
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British consumers have cut back on spending more than almost any other industrialised country as the cost of living crisis takes hold on.ft.com/3PsR1pD
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UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt said at the FT’s Global Boardroom conference that the UK would have a ‘friendly’ relationship with the EU, as he argued that, despite Brexit, Britain remained a ‘committed’ European ally: on.ft.com/3VZO160
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The UK, Japan and Italy have agreed to jointly build one of the world’s most advanced fighter jets by 2035 in their first-ever trilateral military programme which is aimed at addressing growing security threats from China and Russia on.ft.com/3hdYU5i
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