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    Osborne is polite but distant with hints of country weekender

    As they sat on school chairs awaiting their call, the four men and a woman looked just like candidates at a job interview,Matthew Engel

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    Feedback: Lucy Kellaway’s 30-year work celebration

    Lucy Kellaway celebrated her 30th anniversary at the FT last week, noting that the trend was to view such long service as a

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    How non-executive roles helped two young women move up

    Taking her first non-executive directorship at the age of 34, Elizabeth Passey, a former managing director at MorganEmma De Vita

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    Abe's date with history in Washington

    By Richard McGregor Shinzo Abe’s visit to the US this week is by any measure a significant moment. Japan’s prime ministerFT

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    Miliband rules out ‘confidence-and-supply’ agreement with SNP

    Ed Miliband has hardened his stance on a future deal between Labour and the Scottish nationalists by ruling out an informalHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Prince Charles shuns fossil fuel investments

    A global campaign to blacklist fossil fuel investments has now won royal backing. The Prince of Wales is the most prominentPilita Clark, Environment Correspondent

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    Commodity trading chiefs upbeat at FT Lausanne conference

    After a period of weakness in commodity markets, some of the world’s biggest traders gathered on the shores of Lake GenevaFT reporters

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    Bank of Japan forced to cut economic forecasts as inflation dips

    The Bank of Japan will be forced to cut its growth and inflation forecasts this week, but officials are signalling thatRobin Harding in Tokyo

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    Rights activist gunned down in Karachi

    Sabeen Mahmud has become the latest rights activist to be killed in Pakistan, one of the most dangerous countries in theFarhan Bokhari in Islamabad and Victor Mallet in New Delhi

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    Vodafone chides India on taxes and red tape

    India’s battered telecoms sector risks missing a “huge opportunity” to develop next-generation broadband services on accountJames Crabtree in Mumbai

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