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The artist on the anti-racism protests, photographing Beyoncé for Vogue and the depiction of black people in art
Xi Jinping has vowed to eradicate extreme rural deprivation by the end of 2020. Will he meet his target?
Crisis measures have helped get thousands of people into shelter. Finding a long-term solution is harder
Low-cost, quick and convenient: selling fried chicken was a billion-pound business even before its lockdown success
Q&A with the string theorist on wanting a more powerful memory and why a healthy democracy relies on science
‘Zoom may even make congested cities like Los Angeles more attractive by letting residents cut down on driving’
How you wear your Covid-19 face covering could be the new social divide
‘What do I — and people like me — do now that the world is reopening without us?’
‘It’s tempting to wonder which wines being launched on the market may develop massive reputations’
The FT’s US finance editor picks the guests, destination, chef and dishes for his dream supper
Our ‘Round on the Links’ quiz tests your ability to draw connections. Thinking caps on!
‘This dish is a piece of cake. It bakes crisp on the outside but remains soft and pliant in the middle’
Inequality, spiralling rents and now remote working: the city has a number of problems but keeps growing anyway
Five million espressos are usually downed in the UK capital every week – and there’s a café on every corner. But does lockdown herald ‘peak coffee’?
The FT’s chief political correspondent picks the guests, destination, chef and dishes for his dream supper
A special meal is best when it is something simple done exceptionally well, rather than something elaborate
Why were the warning signs around Insys ignored for so long? The FT and PBS series ‘Frontline’ investigate
‘Systemic racism is the product of countless, mostly unconscious decisions. And it wreaks damage largely out of white sight’
What should be done to make the wine world more inclusive?
Having won legions of subscribers in lockdown, the streaming giant is working out how to give them something to watch
‘You need a strategy for cramming in as many attractions as possible — do you want to hit all the big shops?’
‘The pandemic has had a big impact on something foundational to saving the planet – our values’
This dish is thickened with yoghurt and tahini, and topped with bread for maximum crunch
The world is waiting for a breakthrough that will allow a return to normality but there are possible risks attached
There are more pressing matters right now than iPad stands, yet I find myself endlessly fiddling with my home-office set-up
From Jacob Rees-Mogg to Sally Rooney, competitive debating has put a lasting stamp on our society
The novelist and the TV vampire slayer are among those Isabel Berwick would invite for a picnic on Hampstead Heath
Forget the expensive Napa Cabernets and the mass-market brands, there are gems in the middle price bracket
Even when the Playboy founder dined out, restaurant chefs were instructed to provide this precise dish