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The Financial Times says the exams climbdown is the latest in a series of “U-turns” following a public outcry, citing the changes to free school meals over the summer which came after a campaign led by footballer Marcus Rashford. The paper also carries a story about private equity manager Carlyle telling staff to avoid using public transport when they return to the office next month.

Financial Times Front Page 19th of July 2024

Senior Democratic figures, including former President Obama and Speaker Pelosi, are raising doubts about President Biden’s viability in the upcoming White House race due to concerns over his re-election prospects and the impact on Senate seats.

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