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    Merchant’s story was as remarkable as that of any modern millionaire

    Sir, In her letter (October 18) about the ancient textile business in Prato, Tuscany, Marcia Pointon refers to the

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    StanChart’s Sands has failed shareholders too

    Sir, Notwithstanding the shabby way US regulators are shaking down Standard Chartered Bank, dealing with regulators in a

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    Canary Wharf Group should support cyclists

    Sir, Timothy Waller (Letters, October 25) mentions his cycle commute from Liverpool Street to Canary Wharf, but may not be

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    If HMRC can ask for back payment, why not the EU?

    Sir, Your report “The long arm of the taxman” (FT Money, October 18) highlighted the intention of HM Revenue & Customs to

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    Get your elementary Latin textbooks out

    Sir, With its headline referring to “female alumni”, your report (October 25) about recruiting alumnae back to their former

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    Maths so simple even a human could do it

    Sir, A tip for Izabella Kaminska (“A fridge too far?”, House & Home, October 25): back in the 1950s, an easy way to ensure

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    My towers good, anyone else’s towers bad

    Sir, Peter Rees (“Reflections on a new ‘powerhouse’ ”, House & Home, October 25) deplores the tower blocks along the South

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    August fails to register for the French

    Sir, Hugh Carnegy’s dry cleaning travails rang a bell (“A quick skate through Paris”, Expat Lives, House & Home October 25).

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    Lives saved by Vatican’s own ‘Scarlet Pimpernel’

    Sir, Gillian Tett, in ‘Respect for quiet heroes of wartime Italy” (October 18) describes how ordinary Italians, including

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    Google looks beyond search for growth

    Google is in danger of hitting the invisible ceiling that limits growth at all big companies as it attacks giant new marketsRichard Waters in San Francisco

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