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Lucy Warwick-Ching is the communities editor, in charge of developing the FT's commenting strategy. She writes the weekly Your Questions column.
Previously Lucy was the personal finance digital editor. She produced the FT Money Show podcast, coordinated FT Money’s digital output and wrote for the weekday newspaper and FT.com.
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