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Ed Miliband will attempt to align Labour on Monday with a sceptical business community, insisting that only he can avert theGeorge Parker, Political Editor
France’s centre-right UMP party and its allies made strident gains in local elections on Sunday, delivering a winding blowAdam Thomson in Paris
It’s enough to bring a violinist out in a cold sweat: the prospect of stepping in for an indisposed soloist, at shortHannah Nepil
First Adès, now Adams. Earlier this month, the New York Philharmonic introduced Thomas Adès’ Totentanz, a chic exercise inMartin Bernheimer
On the first full day of the election campaign, Ed Miliband will devote himself to trying to put Labour on the side ofGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Tensions sharpened across the Middle East on Sunday after Arab leaders sought to raise the pressure on Iran by announcing aGeoff Dyer in Washington, Heba Saleh in Cairo and Sam Jones in Lausanne
Yoshihiro Murata found his purpose in life when, as university graduate, he went to France to learn how to cook. The scionRobin Harding
The 1964 Olympics transformed Tokyo into a vibrant, modern city, setting off an incredible era of postwar economic growth.Kana Inagaki
We live in an era of radical economic policy experiments. The US Federal Reserve has bought trillions of dollars in assets.Robin Harding
This article is published by the FT as part of a collaboration with Nikkei that started in 2013 to provide added insight toKunio Saijo, Nikkei senior staff writer
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