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    Details of 50,000 Uber drivers breached

    The personal information of about 50,000 Uber drivers has been accessed by an unknown third party, in one of the largestSarah Mishkin San Francisco

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    The first casualty of Bennett’s rewrites

    Sir, What makes Christopher Road write (Letters, February 21) that Alan Bennett’s depiction of the madness of George III is

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    Paperwork results from prevention of efficiency

    Sir, I find that a lot of paperwork results from two factors (Gillian Tett, February 21). First, privacy laws that prevent

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    Don’t file papers unless really needed

    Sir, Further to Gillian Tett’s column “Tear up the paperwork as an act of revolution” (Notebook, February 21): a wise naval

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    Rich global citizens spend a lot of money in UK

    Sir, Richard Brooks’ colourful dissection of “non-dom” tax status (“A relic of empire that created a tax colony”, February

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    A point of view in keeping with Private Eye

    Sir, Richard Brooks’ article (February 21) was a point of view in keeping with Private Eye, not the FT. Mr Brooks writes

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    It was Byron who got to the truth

    Sir, Dean Feeney (Letters, February 14) credits Mark Twain with the aphorism that “Truth is stranger than fiction”. Almost a

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    Let’s hope Summers never meets Winters

    Sir, The change of CEO at Standard Chartered has clearly perked up the headline writers: Winters, a man for all seasons;

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    Draw up repayment profiles for institutions

    Sir, I write with regard to student loans and the recent statement that there will be a failure to repay rate of 45 per cent

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    Play the name-droppers at their own game

    Sir, Simon Kuper (“The art of name-dropping”, Life & Arts, February 21) may be holding back the best from his readers. When

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