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Sir, Andrei Nekrasov very well understands the politics and passions of the Russian culture (“Russia looks to its history in
Sir, Wolfgang Münchau’s analysis, in “The real eurozone problems hidden under the bonnet” (March 30), is impeccable so far
Sir, Gillian Tett, in “Wall Street’s finest head for the Valley” (March 27), draws insightful parallels between past
Sir, Tim Harford’s article “Highs and lows of the minimum wage” (FT Magazine, March 28) draws an apt comparison between the
Sir, Desmond Lachman (Letters, March 30) proposes the use of “Grexodus” rather than “Grexit” to describe Greece’s possible
Sir, Your headline “Migrant workforce smaller and more highly-skilled than five years ago” (March 30) implies that the
Sir, Ed Miliband’s plan to “cut and then freeze business rates for more than 1.5m small business properties” (March 30) is
Sir, War in Yemen has unintended consequences. The traditional Yemen dagger, the jambiya, is the most potent symbol of
• Ed Luce’s column on March 30 mentioned a survey of the research papers of Washington think-tanks, which it wrongly
Sir, With reference to Gillian Tett’s column on deflation (March 28): I would wish to add a few more pointers based on the
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