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How serious is Vladimir Putin about launching a major Ukraine offensive?

The EU vs the City of London: a slow puncture
Brexit hurt the financial centre but lack of political will is holding back Europe’s efforts to reduce its dependence on the UK

Weather events cost the US $145bn in 2021 as climate change took hold
Global temperatures in 2022 expected to be among top 10 warmest on record

Reddit ‘antiwork’ forum booms as millions of Americans quit jobs
Members of online community encourage each other to resign — and complain about the boss

Dartmouth College to ‘remove financial barriers’ for low-income foreign applicants
Ivy League university seeks to expand diversity as US higher education costs keep climbing

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Geography: Richard Allaway picks Global change: Britain needs immigrants if it is to survive the climate storm. Read all our Geography picks here

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Economics: Gavin Clarke picks for Inflation: The fight over measuring UK inflation. Read all our Economics picks here 

Business: Peter McGinn picks for Marketing: The great Japanese toaster problem. Read all our Business picks here

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One to watch

Can consumers make their takeaways more sustainable?

One to hear

Podcast: The rising toll of famine and conflict
Gideon Rachman, the Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist talks to David Miliband, president of the International Rescue Committee: people in 20 countries, representing 10 per cent of the world’s population, are at risk or in dire need of humanitarian aid.

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