Friday 22 September
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22 September 2017
Monocle’s Chiara Rimella, Tom Edwards, and Fernando Augusto Pacheco review the news of the week including today’s speech in Florence by Theresa May, Germany’s election this weekend, Italy’s Corriere della Sera launch of a new good-news-only supplement, and Brazil’s plan to potentially end daylight savings.
22 September 2017
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