Daily Archives: June 19, 2017

Interruptions help cut short boring discussions. So instead of making men interrupt less, women should be made to do it more, argues Lucy Kellaway.

 

Portugal’s devastating forest fire is forcing the authorities to question whether land use or the wider issue of climate change may have contributed to the disaster. Peter Wise, the FT’s Lisbon correspondent, explains the human and economic cost of the catastrophe, and says it could prompt a change in the way the country’s forests are managed.

 

As Britain and the EU finally begin formal Brexit negotiations on Monday, Gideon Rachman discusses what to expect in the weeks ahead with Alex Barker, the FT’s Brussels bureau chief, and Whitehall editor James Blitz.