How do you attain that elusive but addictive experience of being “in the zone”? Lucy Kellaway talks to the FT’s Andrew Hill and Emma Jacobs about the increasingly outlandish ways in which wealthy business executives are seeking to tune their brains.
Marking the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome while Britain tussles with its exit highlights the fractures in unity on the Continent, says Philip Stephens. The global environment is very different now from that of 1957 — but national solutions are not the answer to the problems individual member states face
The bestselling Neapolitan Quartet is now a two-part play in London. But are adaptations always second best? Plus, 24-year-old writer Edouard Louis on growing up poor and gay in rural France – and why his family will vote Marine Le Pen next month.
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