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'People are by nature friendly beings. In Davos you don’t meet evil crazies,' says author and historian Rutger Breg… https://t.co/HpoHhA5v4CItaly’s ruling coalition debates bid for Borsa Italiana https://t.co/qMHyhHVKYjIs now the right time to move to the country? https://t.co/9bBiLfde7X‘The Last Dance’ and lessons in leadership https://t.co/PR4ioaeQDhHow to reinvent the restaurant https://t.co/2GvnTbb6yfFake news, virtue signalling and race-baiting. Simon Kuper looks at why social media has become so insult-rich https://t.co/6UpoSG1NwMCoronavirus latest: US deaths top 1,000 for 3rd day as NY rate eases https://t.co/Sobcx0bohXTrump declaration to terminate WHO relationship puzzles experts https://t.co/0nnDZQrZqq
5/30
2020
‘Average places will not cut it anymore. Expectations will be raised.’ Hear what industry experts say about what th… https://t.co/USGrqZdqxtFT critics pick the best of what's available this week, including a cosmic comedy and a detective noir drama https://t.co/qPekL8qVVt'There’s something unbeatable about a good recipe,' says APC co-founder Jean Touitou. 'A trench coat is one of thos… https://t.co/sW3YPqwYNxJakob Dylan, son of Bob, talks about his star-studded music documentary Echo in the Canyon https://t.co/xetcVAYuzI‘My lovely neighbour has just made two spitfires out of merino wool. We can do this. #knitforBritain’ Robert Shrims… https://t.co/rWqCmWq8scBregman is more than just a situationist prankster in the spirit of 1968. His new book, 'Humankind', displays his g… https://t.co/O0oABMm60a‘A broken piece of jade’: the turbulent future of Hong Kong https://t.co/NNd7BHVYFIConservatives weigh long-term cost of Cummings controversy https://t.co/zVBjDXH7X2Retailers, banks and cafés are grappling with a very British problem: whether shoppers can be relied on to queue pa… https://t.co/GUho3TsuAvIn our latest Coronavirus Business Update newsletter: ✔️ US household spending suffered its biggest-ever monthly fa… https://t.co/7w7K921WYuJust published: front page of the Financial Times UK edition Saturday May 30 https://t.co/xsGMtpJUdA https://t.co/soR1s61ZeEJust published: front page of the Financial Times international edition Saturday May 30 https://t.co/uPUA02HT8c https://t.co/HHH126fxz7Chancellor Rishi Sunak promised a 'new collective national effort' to revive Britain's economy after laying out pla… https://t.co/P8OAno4EqZAdditionally, Mr Trump is withdrawing the US from the World Health Organization and will redirect funding to 'deser… https://t.co/IC7PqYxJ8hJust in: Donald Trump says the US will revoke special trade privileges for Hong Kong and sanction officials from th… https://t.co/jlcFHyApXnDonald Trump's battle with Twitter escalated after the social media network hid one of his tweets behind a label ex… https://t.co/JHD4AlB3tRThe UK has now extended visa rights from 350,000 to almost 3 million Hong Kong residents, setting itself on a colli… https://t.co/sfGtGzJ5ydGitHub, the open source software sharing platform used by 40m developers around the world, may well provide more pr… https://t.co/YaH6pnWhHWBreaking news: Derek Chauvin, who was fired by the Minneapolis police department this week, was taken into custody… https://t.co/pnyCxjsDf1‘We’re going to struggle to find staff who want to work and customers who want to visit.’ Tim Hayward on the surviv… https://t.co/EtN9i37sEFBrazilian scientists questioning the use of hydroxychloroquine are being threatened by alleged followers of Jair Bo… https://t.co/mU6JTPUx9iHere's how global markets finished up this week: - A heated exchange between Donald Trump and China boiled over int… https://t.co/qPZ4UnOj0ROpinion: At least 1m people in Britain are estimated to have lost their jobs since March. Dominic Cummings is not o… https://t.co/exIPUXevaoNorway and Denmark have snubbed Sweden by opening their borders to each other but not to their Scandinavian neighbo… https://t.co/nDv1pf59bBIs now the right time to move to the countryside (a thread) https://t.co/0wUDNEUhbp
Retweeted by Financial TimesBrazil's GDP dropped 1.5% in the first quarter of the year, paving the way for a recession in Latin America's large… https://t.co/e88lxRmRxa'Please, please, please, I can’t breathe.' As the US wraps its mind around another black man killed by a white poli… https://t.co/y5pvqVk5b6Delighted to write this week’s Long Story Short, an @FT newsletter put together by a different female journalist ea… https://t.co/PJkuPSxnwG
Retweeted by Financial TimesNew podcast! On @FTCultureCall this wk, Lilah talks to New Yorker cartoonist & Instagram star @LianaFinck about how… https://t.co/piMjg5A3MtThe coronavirus lockdown has focused minds on how wealth will be passed to the next generation. FT Money looks at t… https://t.co/3bWcxMGmlxOpinion: The case for a libertarian lockdown, one that relies on voluntary action and social pressure, is strong. B… https://t.co/XoyRHF8OT5'Across the world, the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis is disproportionately hitting young people.' Co… https://t.co/lE349vBPEjCovid-19 has transformed the dining experience. Some of Britain's best chefs including Angela Hartnett and Tom Kitc… https://t.co/wdJ8gzOQnm'Even usually optimistic industry voices are beginning to admit that perhaps three-quarters of current restaurant b… https://t.co/xP8aH34KxsCricket returns to Australia, with officials planning to live-stream matches from Darwin to celebrate the return of… https://t.co/douhWDAWvvUS asset managers cut fees in an attempt to stave off negative returns https://t.co/W4bKQrZ6p7'Even usually optimistic industry voices are beginning to admit that perhaps three-quarters of current restaurant b… https://t.co/A0nWs7zlMhWondering whether to move to the countryside? Join property adviser Mark Parkinson and FT columnist and country-dwe… https://t.co/n3jXO7aQZh'The 62-storey tower with 1.4m sq ft of space is still scheduled to open later this year.' Will London's newest sky… https://t.co/wu2iCMBoaYRenault announces €2bn savings plan involving the axing of 14,600 jobs, following a dramatic fall in demand https://t.co/zmKEBtCh2zRenault announces €2bn savings plan involving the axing of 14,600 jobs, following a dramatic fall in demand https://t.co/TTKmzbLVhFWondering whether to move to the countryside? Join property adviser Mark Parkinson and FT columnist and country-dwe… https://t.co/jMDcypghMeUS-China tensions continue to rise as Beijing threatens countermeasures https://t.co/9kZ6o9YpUoHello London, while you were sleeping, our most read article was our free to read story on the UK's coronavirus dea… https://t.co/yiq3dNumAqI spoke briefly to Zhang Zhan last month when I was in Wuhan. 'Citizen journalists' (ie ordinary people who feel th… https://t.co/MLfDcSUnof
Retweeted by Financial TimesCrises often expose faultlines that we know exist but prefer to ignore. FT innovation editor John Thornhill says we… https://t.co/mJGi6BD2hcApple accused of competition abuse over tracking apps // https://t.co/IVphpat5TP
Retweeted by Financial TimesThe number of UK businesses reporting gender pay gaps has halved during the past year, sparking warnings that the p… https://t.co/Wzc9I7RdcoOpinion: Why has Boris Johnson stood by Dominic Cummings at the expense of his own popularity? Sarah Sands, editor… https://t.co/bCXPyCIuuMThe UK economy is showing tentative signs of improvement, an FT analysis finds, with job vacancies starting to reop… https://t.co/DNtJgPT1qEAll Mr Biden need do is not interrupt the president while he is defeating himself, writes ⁦@EdwardGLuce⁩ via @FT https://t.co/eEavIvfuXu
Retweeted by Financial TimesFT science writer Anjana Ahuja explains the science behind governments’ strategies to ease lockdown restrictions wh… https://t.co/IqXQ2tsX6iThe chances of any serious change to how social media platforms operate are low, while the anger it has stirred up… https://t.co/Wx8uVJbxE5FT readers asked Demetri Sevastopulo, Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson and Laura Noonan about the US government and busine… https://t.co/Li4BtmTjCUThe FT View: Twitter has long been overcautious. The US president has spread misinformation on the social media sit… https://t.co/cYmdPDiUfoIndia’s coronavirus death toll has now exceeded China's, with 4,711 people now confirmed to have died, compared to… https://t.co/sDAyRE6iesThe US has charged 33 North Korean and Chinese with running an alleged $2.5bn money laundering operation designed t… https://t.co/DU2sKuHN3HGlobal stocks fell on Friday in anticipation of retaliation from Washington, as Donald Trump prepared to address Be… https://t.co/IFBy0mm6naAbout 315,000 people hold valid BNO passports, a document issued to Hong Kong residents born before the handover to… https://t.co/X8jqyhjCaPIn her last report posted to YouTube on May 13, citizen journalist Zhang Zhan described how ‘human rights had suffe… https://t.co/VvUFmSBFsJFT Exclusive: The World Health Organization has launched an internal review into the role of James Chau, a news anc… https://t.co/YMLmgxBmgCChina’s domestic air travel has rebounded to 50% of the level it was a year ago, Turkey announced a lifting of many… https://t.co/50dyjb7wYEWHO reviews China-based news anchor’s global ambassador role https://t.co/tn0OhhH1PsFederal Reserve adds just $1bn of new corporate debt to balance sheet https://t.co/HreZqONrIECricket-mad Australia welcomes back the game after Covid-19 stopped play https://t.co/bZ2OUA9prkChina rounds up Wuhan’s citizen journalists for ‘provoking quarrels’ https://t.co/fBRqwj8Dc3Coronavirus latest: US outbreak data suggest new hotspots emerging https://t.co/7OjAsJPrQzHello, Hong Kong. While you were sleeping, our analysis of the UK’s coronavirus excess death rate was our most read… https://t.co/FAQwyjCiHD
5/29
2020
Pay dispute threatens start of US baseball season https://t.co/SWTxYPdXHHNY store owners may bar entry to those not wearing face masks, governor Andrew Cuomo has announced. 'The masks wo… https://t.co/xWbkZiwKVSIt appears that science — the lodestar for Boris Johnson’s response to the virus crisis so far — is heading in a di… https://t.co/aGnkKkhKoFUS president Donald Trump has ordered a wide-ranging review of the law that underpins how social media companies op… https://t.co/J6ND4GQuFfUS oil imports surged last week, with almost half of the extra crude arriving from Saudi Arabia https://t.co/pNrswZiTqjJust published: front page of the Financial Times UK edition Friday May 29 https://t.co/JbB7bT2G98 https://t.co/VJqxDERoBYJust published: front page of the Financial Times international edition Friday May 29 https://t.co/NLmTHeBuZy https://t.co/z5AomAOmnuCould this be the ultimate socially distanced summer holiday? https://t.co/mZWIOphLqSBoris Johnson confirmed plans for a phased reopening of the retail industry and schools in England, which will allo… https://t.co/QARksCWuL1Boris Johnson confirmed plans for a phased reopening of the retail industry and schools in England, which will allo… https://t.co/uu0YtnHOWKBoris Johnson dramatically tried to shut down a debate on the behaviour of his aide Dominic Cummings, saying that i… https://t.co/EfCutrZGmuTune into our @FT live Q&A on how the US government and business leaders are tackling the #Coronavirus crisis. Jo… https://t.co/nsonQzGhst
Retweeted by Financial TimesJared Diamond: If the pandemic does at last prepare us to deal with the existential threats the world faces – such… https://t.co/rTfeVWhc5aThe UK government has opened a path to citizenship for more than 300,000 Hong Kong residents in a bold riposte to C… https://t.co/799P3MrGePThe Premier League is set to restart its season next month, as it seeks to prevent more than £500m in losses at Eng… https://t.co/wNFprK1qj0France will relax travel restrictions inside the country and allow schools, cafés and restaurants to reopen beginni… https://t.co/d08whny8MmFree-to-read: Lockdowns have prompted the US to relax some rules governing addiction treatments. Addicts can now be… https://t.co/2cH2DoeZhSOur relationship with influencers has changed: how coronavirus sparked a backlash against those who promote themsel… https://t.co/eGoKiLTE96Coronavirus: Until this morning, the UK had a higher rate of death than in any country for which high-quality data… https://t.co/TtiXqEsZwg
Retweeted by Financial TimesFree to Read: New data show Spain has overtaken the UK for the highest death rate from coronavirus https://t.co/b6CoTnVWVzHave questions about how the US government and businesses will respond to Covid-19? Ask our journalists https://t.co/5wx8NvmrCKMark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey are fighting over how to deal with Donald Trump's posts on social media. The founde… https://t.co/Hp6rOwoEIhDo campaigners worry the coronavirus crisis is about to make age discrimination far worse? 'Hugely,' says Ros Altma… https://t.co/lFlwsChp9FCould the current pandemic represent the beginning, not of a dismal era of chronic worldwide danger, but of a brigh… https://t.co/zTTZnByAgW
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