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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
Sir, What makes Christopher Road write (Letters, February 21) that Alan Bennett’s depiction of the madness of George III is
Sir, I find that a lot of paperwork results from two factors (Gillian Tett, February 21). First, privacy laws that prevent
Sir, Further to Gillian Tett’s column “Tear up the paperwork as an act of revolution” (Notebook, February 21): a wise naval
Sir, Richard Brooks’ colourful dissection of “non-dom” tax status (“A relic of empire that created a tax colony”, February
Sir, Richard Brooks’ article (February 21) was a point of view in keeping with Private Eye, not the FT. Mr Brooks writes
Sir, Dean Feeney (Letters, February 14) credits Mark Twain with the aphorism that “Truth is stranger than fiction”. Almost a
Sir, The change of CEO at Standard Chartered has clearly perked up the headline writers: Winters, a man for all seasons;
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
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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