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Sir, The UK government’s approach to the selldown of its majority stake in Lloyds Banking Group continues to puzzle
Sir, One can only agree with Pilita Clark that falling oil prices will not necessarily lead to the destruction of prospects
Sir, With reference to your front-page headline “$1tn cost of longest US war hastens retreat from military intervention”
Sir, You give space on the Comment pages to the Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Pinchuk, who argues that, given promised reforms,
Sir, Professor Stephen Hawking’s warning on the rise of the machines should resound: going forward the chance of a disaster
Sir, If, in their increasingly desperate attempts to revive the flagging prospects of a transatlantic trade deal (Letters,
Sir, It is not just cigar-smokers who should be happy at the US detente with Cuba. Last week, just before the announcement,
Sir, Emiko Terazono repeats the old story that “cocoa farmers are finding themselves increasingly squeezed” by Big Chocolate
Sir, Barack Obama’s move to open diplomatic talks with Cuba deserves loud cheers from thinking people around the world.
• In a graphic published on the Companies pages on December 19, the first column of figures measured the difference between the offer price and the opening trade, not the offer price and the latest trading price.
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