Daily Archives: May 11, 2017

If Iranians choose populism in next week’s election, the country’s economy which is already struggling with acute problems and massive corruption, would deteriorate rapidly, Iranian businessmen warn.

 

Welcome to Brexit Unspun, a podcast that looks beyond the slogans and grandstanding to examine what Brexit will mean for Britain’s trade, economy, public institutions and private sector. Each week, the FT’s Siona Jenkins will join forces with colleagues and invited guests, to examine the areas most affected by Brexit, from science, to the labour market, the NHS and nuclear policy.

 

Hello again! We’re back — with a Hollywood A-lister and an architectural conundrum. Jude Law visits the FT to discuss masculinity, “method” and music (he’s learning how to play the piano). But first we ask: who will build Donald Trump’s wall? What will it look like? And when did architecture turn nasty?