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Has the UK’s use of index-linked gilts paid off?

Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. When the UK issued its first index-linked gilt in 1981, critics warned that a profligate government could store up problems for future generations. That day might have come. Ahead of the Autumn Statement this week,


Elon Musk’s tumultuous first year at Twitter: Charts reveal how the platform is now worth less than HALF of what the ‘chief Twit’ paid for it – while daily active users have plummeted by 16%

When Elon Musk took over Twitter (now X) one year ago, he did so with the promise of ensuring freedom of speech and paving the way for the creation of his ‘everything app’.  In the 12 months that followed, Musk has fired a large chunk of X’s staff, overhauled the verification system, and added a series of


Cash, Mules and Paid Protests: How a Fraudster Seized an Ethnic Enclave

Bundles of cash arriving on flights from Russia via Armenia provided an early sign of mischief in a tiny Eastern European enclave. Then came a wave of noisy street demonstrations featuring destitute pensioners paid to chant for the removal of their country’s pro-Western president. But events in that enclave, Gagauzia, in the Republic of Moldova,