Biography of the Author Robert Shrimsley

Robert Shrimsley

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  1. FILE PHOTO: A cup of latte coffee is pictured at a cafe in Sydney

    Commentary: Wake up and smell the coffee snobbery

    Perhaps this is a new business model for cafes: Create something so preposterously expensive that journalists have to come to test it out, says ...
  2. Britain's House of Commons is set to vote again on a Brexit deal

    Commentary: Here's how Britain will attempt to pass the Brexit deal this week - again

    The British Prime Minister Theresa May's strategy will be to scare Brexit hardliners into submission, says the Financial Times' Robert Shrimley.
  3. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves from the back of 10 Downing Street in London

    Commentary: Theresa May’s breathtaking defeat points to a Brexit delay

    And Britain's soft exit from the European Union now looks more likely, says the Financial Times' Robert Shrimsley
  4. Theresa May survived a bid by her own MPs to unseat her

    Commentary: Zombie Prime Minister Theresa May lives to fight another day

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is in charge but not any better off, says the Financial Times’ Robert Shrimsley.
  5. bonsai tree

    Commentary: Bringing up a bonsai is like raising a teenager

    Financial Times' Robert Shrimsley bought a bonsai when his son head to college and soon realises bringing it up is similar to raising a teenager.
  6. Indoor slippers

    Commentary: If Facebook is so smart, why does it keep selling me slippers?

    We are supposed to believe social media's sophisticated algorithms built upon data scraping and machine learning know us better than our closest ...
  7. grid girls

    Commentary: Why it's time to let the Formula One grid girls go

    There are clear indications why it's time to take away these glamourous models from the sport, says the Financial Times' Robert Shrimsley.
  8. elle darby

    Commentary: Elle Darby and the social influencers who want a free stay are exercising initiative

    One can’t help respecting the bloggers and vloggers carving out a lifestyle beyond their means, says the Financial Times' Robert Shrimsley.