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  1. 6 hours ago

    Syrian refugees rekindle hope by learning a trade

    Each day before work, Mohammed used to pray he would make it home alive. Like tens of thousands of Syrian refugees scatteredErika Solomon in Antakya

  2. 7 hours ago

    Ministers blasted over delay to UK blackout helpline

    The government has been accused of leaving families vulnerable to possible power cuts after news that a promised emergencyJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

  3. 7 hours ago

    UK household incomes forecast to rise next year

    Household incomes are likely to rise in 2015, escaping the weakness of the past four years, though living standards areChris Giles, Economics Editor

  1. 9 hours ago

    Tesla pushes boundaries with Roadster retrofit

    Tesla Motors claimed an extra edge in its already sizeable range advantage over other electric car companies on Friday, withRichard Waters in San Francisco

  2. 11 hours ago

    Amazon adds 10m Prime members

    Amazon, the online retailer, said that it had added more than 10m users during the holiday period to its Prime service. TheSarah Mishkin in San Francisco

  3. 11 hours ago

    Oil price, climate change and global economy

    Sir, Your editorial “A falling oil price is good for the world economy” (December 20) is another of many commentaries that

  4. 11 hours ago

    Pip meets Magwitch on the marshes of Kent

    Sir, The usually perceptive and illuminating Harry Eyres could have boned up a bit on his geography (“Winter as a

  5. 11 hours ago

    Thank you for the irony

    Sir, I read the Financial Times for many reasons: its excellent writing, its fine and knowledgeable reportage with the width

  6. 11 hours ago

    Never any truce between the French and Germans

    Sir, A rather romantic, not to say simplistic and naive, view is being taken of the 1914 Christmas truce between the British

  7. 11 hours ago

    So fare-dodging is OK as long as you’re poor

    Sir, I find many of the sentiments expressed about the Jonathan Burrows case rather sanctimonious (“Why there can be no room

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