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'A few months ago, FT Alphaville thought it might be fun to host a Mastodon server. Boy, were we wrong,' Bryce Elder writes

The UK is looking into how the founder of the notorious Wagner mercenary group was able to hire a law firm to sue a British journalist despite being sanctioned

Good morning, Asia. While you were sleeping, this was our most read story

Lockheed Martin has said it is ready to meet demand for its F-16 fighter jets, but the US and Germany have ruled out sending them to Ukraine

Bankers at Morgan Stanley who have been conducting official business on WhatsApp or other messaging platforms have been hit with financial penalties

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Lawyers are everywhere. There’s probably one behind you right now

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The Financial Times is making key Ukraine coverage free to read to keep everyone informed as events unfold.

Breaking news: The EU has warned Elon Musk that Twitter could be banned in Europe unless the billionaire abides by its strict rules on content moderation

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Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskyy is the FT’s person of the year 2022. The 44-year-old has earnt a place in history for his extraordinary display of leadership and fortitude

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Donald Trump’s debt totals at least $1.1bn. Should he win re-election, about $900m of it will come due during his second term

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FT Exclusive: UK ministers blocked a possible deal to call off this month’s rail strikes by preventing the industry from offering unions higher pay deals and adding tough new conditions at the last minute

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Jamil Anderlini: If societal breakdown can happen in Hong Kong, it can happen anywhere. And it will take decades to build it back up

Opinion: At least 1m people in Britain are estimated to have lost their jobs since March. Dominic Cummings is not one of them. That’s all you need to know about this week in British politics

The Catalan election results make it clear: the independence movement has won. Now comes the hard part

After the Taliban entered Kabul, business owners took down pictures of women from beauty salons, tailor shops and plastic surgery centres for fear of being punished by the militants. Some TV channels replaced soap operas with Islamic shows

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