Top UK housebuilder Redrow has increased the amount of money it has set aside to fix fire safety issues to more than five times an original estimate, in response to tougher demands on developers laid out by housing secretary Michael Gove.  Housebuilders have been trying to move on from a long-running building safety crisis that
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Good morning. We’re excited to bring you the third and final collaboration with Adam Tooze of Chartbook tomorrow, this time on Europe’s future. Today, Brainard and bitcoin. Email us: robert.armstrong@ft.com and ethan.wu@ft.com. Brainard’s comments and the yield curve Lael Brainard, who is lined up to be Fed vice-chair and has been dovish on monetary policy
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Regarding Larry Davis’ suggestion (“A neighbourhood name change that might catch on”, Letters, FT Weekend, March 26) that his San Francisco Russian Hill neighbourhood name should be changed to “Ukrainian Hill”, we’ve been here before. San Francisco’s Japanese Tea Garden, in Golden Gate Park, conceived in 1894 from a World’s Fair exhibit, was developed into
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I disagree with Patrick Jenkins’ article “Russia investors should put morals ahead of profiteering” (Opinion, March 29). No one is advocating giving more capital to Russia-linked companies or the Russian government. Trading in the secondary market simply provides liquidity for the investors who need to depart for various reasons. Some of those investors will have
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