Investors poured record sums into high-yield bond exchange traded funds in November, Rishi Sunak will on Tuesday seek to face down rightwing Tory rebels by pushing ahead with his controversial Rwanda bill, and the FT’s Joshua Chaffin tells us about the wealthy donors pushing for US universities to crack down on antisemitism.

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High-yield bond ETFs attract highest flows on record in November

Government to face down party rebels over Rwanda bill

The Ivy League, Wall St donors and the furore over antisemitism on campus

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