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  • The Financial Times shows news isn’t black and white
  • The Financial Times shows news isn’t black and white
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The Financial Times shows news isn’t black and white

In a time of political polarisation, it pays to look at multiple sides of a story. That's exactly what the Financial Times is encouraging readers to do in its latest campaign, which portrays the paper as a purveyor of nuanced news coverage, contrasting the ‘black and white’ perspective given by others.

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