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Has Opec's strategy slowed US shale output? What do you think?
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il faut absolument que l'Angleterre reste dans l'Europe
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Here are the FT's video highlights from news around the world in July 2015.
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There has been a sell-off in Asia currencies as investors become increasingly nervous about a US interest rate rise. What can we expect from here?
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British public life has been diminished by the 2015 UK election campaign, says FT political columnist Janan Ganesh. None of the serious questions faced by the country were addressed.
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Will 20 restaurants, sky diving simulators and robot bartenders be enough to keep our columnist Lucy Kellaway entertained on her first-ever cruise?
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Fewer buildings have collapsed in Kathmandu than might be expected in an earthquake of this magnitude. But because the city is so densely populated the casualty numbers are high. The situation in Nepal's remote villages is still hard to assess accurately.
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As the European migrant crisis increases, Germany is forced into undertaking border checks. Watch more on our YouTube channel here.
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Well, whatever the English decide to do (stay or leave the EU), it's a decision I will respect. Just understand that the illegal immigration will continue.
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Michael Peel reports from Bangkok's Ratchaprasong shopping district, following the explosions last night outside the Erawan shrine. Watch the full film here: http://bit.ly/1Lj1Q90
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Buying AOL for $4.4bn might damage Verizon's image - but the value of the deal lies in the advertising business.

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Will studying classics or computer science close the skills gap? News editor Alec Russell, who studied the former at Oxford, and Khadim Shubber, one of a new crop of FT reporters with experience in coding, debate the issue with recruitment editor Carola Hoyos.
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Turmoil sparked by the sudden exit of Bill Gross last year has cost the Pimco Total Return Fund its title as the world’s largest bond mutual fund.

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As election day approaches can anything break the deadlock between the two main parties? Can the Tories appeal to more centre-ground voters and can Labour quell the anxieties of the business community?