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    Tyler Brûlé's Monocle magazine valued at $115m

    So maybe that’s why he can afford the Italian furniture collection.  Tyler Brûlé, the FT columnist known for his luxurious By Henry Mance

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    Lock-up expiries key to demand for IPOs this autumn

    Some lock-ups are easier to prise open than others. In reality TV series Storage Hunters, bargain seekers use bolt cutters By Jonathan Guthrie

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    Ukraine signals strategic shift to de facto war with Moscow

    Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine’s president, on Monday accused Moscow of conducting “direct and undisguised aggression” against By Roman Olearchyk in Mariupol and Neil Buckley in London

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    UK government has no contingency plans in event of Scots’ Yes vote

    The British government has no contingency plans for a vote in favour of Scottish independence just three weeks from the By Jim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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    Barclays sale of Spanish arm allows chief to hit year-end target

    Barclays’ chief executive took a big step forward in dismantling the bank’s unprofitable European retail banking operations By Daniel Schäfer in London and Tobias Buck in Madrid

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    Cameron’s uneasy peace on Europe at risk

    Is the Conservative party heading for another meltdown on Europe? With memories still uncomfortably fresh of the infighting By George Parker, Political Editor

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    The fight for ‘China’s sorrow’

    Zhang Baishan has one of the toughest jobs in China. Mr Zhang wears the uniform of the Chinese bureaucrat – black loafers, By

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    Cameron moves to calm Tory nerves on Ukip surge

    David Cameron will this week urge Tory MPs not to throw away the 2015 general election with another round of infighting on By George Parker and Jim Pickard

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    Hong Kong’s hard electoral choices

    When Britain and China agreed the terms of the handover of Hong Kong in 1984, the Chinese side agreed that the territory

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    China winning from Russia-Ukraine crisis

    As European leaders threatened yet tougher sanctions to punish Russia for its aggressive policies in Ukraine on Monday, Isabel Gorst

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