Global investment banks have criticised a blanket ban on short selling imposed by South Korean regulators, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stunned Westminster on Monday by restoring former PM David Cameron to the political frontline, and the FT’s Christopher Grimes explains what the future of Hollywood might look like after months of strikes.

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Global banks criticise Korean short selling ban as ‘phantom farce’

David Cameron returns as UK foreign secretary after Suella Braverman is sacked

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Hollywood snaps back into action after actors reach deal to end strikes

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