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Temporary scheme for up to 10,000 foreign workers in transport and food in wake of fuel and supply disruption
Strongest companies say they face being asked to take on billions in liabilities if more power groups fail
NEC agrees to raise number of MPs needed to approve nominations for contenders
Andrew Left predicted the demise of the Chinese property group but is not celebrating its debt crunch
Meng Wanzhou flies to China after resolving fraud charges while Spavor and Kovrig return to Canada
Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
What the near-extinct device says about ageing and nostalgia
Bulls like Ray Dalio and Howard Marks spar with more downbeat managers such as Kyle Bass
Islamic republic hopes to boost falling marriage rates through matchmaking app
Prime minister has seized the centre ground in politics but lost his early energy
Country’s central bank seeks to stop residents trading on overseas exchanges
Ivermectin has been touted by conservative commentators despite not being approved for use against virus
Pinneberg has for decades sided with the party that claimed power but this year’s picture is unclear
Few new dwellings are designed to cope with rising temperatures — could traditional architecture point us in the right direction?
As cultural and educational institutions face up to Taliban rule, there are still ways for the west to help
‘There are long periods of inactivity but duties and responsibilities can be switched on again at any moment’
Technical problem hits vital automated border control system at airports across the country
Cooling commodity markets threaten Sanjeev Gupta’s battle to preserve his sprawling metals conglomerate
Fraud office charges oilfield services company over failure to prevent graft during ‘deeply regrettable’ period
UK prime minister speaks to French president after harsh words over Indo-Pacific agreement
As the company approaches profitability for the first time, the chief executive faces new challenges to its model
Diplomatic protests lead to exemption for ministerial delegates from ‘red list’ countries attending COP26
Beijing coal financing announcement and funding pledge from Biden inject rare note of optimism
Emissions targets often have agreeably long deadlines, while the tenures of bosses have been shortening
The pandemic gave us ‘treat brain’, Janan Ganesh rejects the lockdown epiphany, and we hop aboard the world’s most glamorous train
Examining his speech to the UN General Assembly about why now is the moment to really tackle climate change
As Angela Merkel exits, Germany’s model of two dominant big-tent parties is becoming more fragmented
Plus, the dangers of selling NFTs to sports fans, Wimbledon rides the Raducanu effect, and more.
Survey of students from 57 programmes found women less likely to be promoted and had fewer direct reports
Chinese property group Evergrande has loomed over global financial markets
Fund managers wary of betting on potential coalitions but debt markets brace for left-leaning alliance
Government’s decision on interest rate will involve tricky trade-off between public purse and savers’ pockets
Industry figures are divided on whether the systems can truly remove human bias and how much supervision they need
From brick-sized models to Wall Street’s ‘greed is good’ device, the archive celebrates the world’s most prolific consumer device