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What’s up at FT?

Posted by Uncle Yap on June 16th, 2009

Uncle Yap.

Is it just me or are you also getting the same? Saturday puzzle still not there and also the Monday Prize puzzle which I am supposed to blog.

Financial Times Crossword and Polymath will bring you the crossword from Monday to Saturday as well as the Weekend FT Polymath. The Monday and Saturday puzzles are prize crosswords, details of how to enter are with each crossword.

To see the puzzles, use the links below.

June 12 2009: Puzzle 13,101

June 11 2009: Puzzle 13,100

June 10 2009: Puzzle 13,099

June 09 2009: Puzzle 13,098

June 08 2009: Puzzle 13,097

9 Responses to “What’s up at FT?”

  1. Simon Harris says:

    I currently see the same page.

  2. Agentzero says:

    Hi Uncle Yap

    I get the same. It appears the website has not been updated since Friday.

    I have the FT delivered so I have a paper copy (filled in, at this point) of the Monday puzzle. Coincidentally the Saturday paper was not delivered, so I don’t have that one at all.

    If they don’t update the website soon, I will have to post my Tuesday blog late: I am in New York, and I usually download the puzzle from the website and post before I go to bed Monday night.

    By the way, I love your new picture!

  3. C. G. Rishikesh says:

    From my experience, FT is sometimes behind in updating the crossword section of their website.

  4. Bowland says:

    This is by no means the first time that postings have been delayed. It is a fairly regular event. If the world’s self-proclaimed leading financial newspaper cannot manage a simple housekeeping matter like this it does make me slightly wonder about the reliability of their financial analysis!

  5. Bradman says:

    Suggest you use the Contact Us facility to find out what’s going on

  6. Eileen says:

    Hi All

    The puzzles from Saturday onwards are on the website now.

  7. Paul says:

    Do you seriously think that the financial analysts are the same people who upload the crossword?
    Alternatively would you be happy if I questioned your ability at work because your wife doesn’t hoover behind the settee?
    Or maybe you were being facetious… maybe.

  8. Andrew Kitching says:

    When is blog for June 6 puzzle likely to be put up?

  9. Bowland says:


    The inference in your last line (Comment 7) is correct, poor though my humour may be. Your assumptions as to my gender and marital status are perhaps most politely described as quaint.

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