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    Doctor Scroggy’s War, Shakespeare’s Globe, London – review

    Doctor Scroggy may not feature prominently in medical history, but Harold Gillies does. He was a pioneering surgeon who ran By Sarah Hemming

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    The Valley of Astonishment, Polonsky Shakespeare Center, New York – review

    This calm, fascinating, rather chilly 75-minute theatre piece, written and directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène By Brendan Lemon

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    Oxford Photography Festival, Various venues, Oxford, UK – review

    Now that everyone is a photographer, what good is photography? Vexed by this question, the veteran photojournalist Robin By Rachel Spence

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    US confident of allies’ support in air strikes on Isis

    Allies of the US are ready to begin bombing Islamist extremists in Iraq and Syria, according to the country’s ambassador to By Kiran Stacey in Manchester

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    Interactive: fact-checking golf's great myth

    By John Burn-Murdoch and Gavin Jackson For the second instalment in our weekly sporting statistics series, The Baseline, we FT Baseline

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    What can golf statistics tell us about one of the sport’s great myths?

    “Drive for show, putt for dough,” goes the aphorism. Conventional wisdom has it that golf tournaments are won on the green By John Burn-Murdoch and Gavin Jackson

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    Scots to get more powers regardless of English devolution talks

    David Cameron will back further powers for Scotland whatever the outcome of talks on English devolution, Downing Street was By Elizabeth Rigby and George Parker

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    Investors do not take pension liabilities at face value

    Investors are not taking company pension liabilities at face value and adding up to 20 per cent more on to reported By Josephine Cumbo

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    US infrastructure crisis drives toll road bankruptcy

    One of the highest-profile US private toll road concessions is to seek bankruptcy protection, the latest sign of how a By Robert Wright in New York

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    EE and Dixons Carphone poised to acquire parts of Phones 4U

    More Phones 4U stores are set to be rescued as EE and Dixons Carphone closed in on deals to take over parts of the collapsed By Daniel Thomas

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