England’s National Health Service is preparing to scrape the medical histories of 55m patients into a database it will share with third parties, and dozens of American companies that suspended political contributions after the US Capitol attack are sitting on $28m in unspent cash. Plus, the FT’s senior energy correspondent, Anjli Raval, explains how fossil fuel-dependent economies are vulnerable as the world shifts away from oil and gas in order to hit 2050 emissions targets. 

England’s NHS plans to share patient records with third parties


US companies amass political funding cash pile after Capitol riot


Climate change: oil producers face costly transitions


Cost of breakfast up by a third since start of pandemic



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