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  1. BlackRock accused of ESG inconsistency over Indonesia palm oil

    BlackRock accused of ESG inconsistency over Indonesia palm oil

    Fund giant invested in group facing allegations of land grabs and poor environmental standards

  2. Can London reinvent itself after the pandemic?

    Can London reinvent itself after the pandemic?

    Businesses and residents want a coherent vision for the UK capital’s recovery, but no return to ‘business as usual’

  3. Coronavirus latest: Pennsylvania and Illinois prepare to wind back more restrictions

    Coronavirus latest: Pennsylvania and Illinois prepare to wind back more restrictions

  4. Madrid leader scores stunning victory for right in regional poll

    Madrid leader scores stunning victory for right in regional poll

    PP doubles vote in blow to Socialist central government

  5. Washington shies away from open declaration to defend Taiwan

    Washington shies away from open declaration to defend Taiwan

    White House official says shift to ‘strategic clarity’ would carry ‘downsides’ in face of China’s belligerence

  6. Beer and cash for vaccines: the US campaign to win round jab doubters

    Beer and cash for vaccines: the US campaign to win round jab doubters

    Companies and state and local officials try to boost inoculation take-up with freebies

  7. Food delivery groups braced for threat from rival apps

    Food delivery groups braced for threat from rival apps

    Just Eat, Deliveroo and Delivery Hero are on alert after investors back new names

  8. A tale of two airline markets

    A tale of two airline markets

    Warren Buffett lost out by selling US carriers last year but Europe may be a different story

  9. UAE shakes up residency rules by offering passports to wealthy expats

    UAE shakes up residency rules by offering passports to wealthy expats

    Emirate hopes reforms will encourage investment and boost economy

  10. Yellen says rates may have to rise to prevent ‘overheating’

    Yellen says rates may have to rise to prevent ‘overheating’

    Remarks by US Treasury secretary exacerbate sell-off in technology stocks