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RT : Just to calm things down a bit
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RT : Lega leader - currently the largest party in centre-right/right bloc of parties...
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RT : I don’t think judges will be impressed when they see someone has briefed out the speech they’ll hea…
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RT : More data on the globalization of "Nationalism vs Globalization"
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How many Trump products were made overseas? Here’s the complete list. - The Washington Post
Colour me amazed: ‘Trump’s practice as a businessman is not consistent with his current rhetoric against trade’
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RT : Hilarious. Farage went on Hannity, gushed nonsense about a European country he does not understand and now his "all…
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RT : No watershed & polls are grim. But Austria, stronghold of EU far-right, has elected a green, federalist president i…
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RT : Anyone would think the Daily Mail is sad the far right lost in Austria
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derStandard.at - Nachrichten in Echtzeit
RT : It's encouraging that Austria decided not to turn its back against the rest of Europe. Only together can we succeed.
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RT : Very possibly. Van der Bellen campaigned heavily on risks of Öxit; Hofer ditched previous enthusiasm for a referend…
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RT : That he was seen as pro-EU was evidently a clear strength for Van Bellen in Austrian election. Take note.
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Small earthquake in south-west London. Full tremors yet to be felt | Andrew Rawnsley | Opinion | The Guardian
Rawnsley: 'Is the old divide between left & right being transcended by a new faultline between Remainers & Outers?'
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RT : Nick Clegg, it has to be said, being pretty successful at articulating the case here.
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RT : Moving video of 89-year-old Holocaust surviver, on why she is voting Van der Bellen today, that speaks to current U…
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RT : Martin Luther King, Jr., discusses civil rights bill with new President Johnson in Oval Office, today 1963:
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RT : at 4.15am Benjamin Britten died in Pears’ arms at The Red House, Aldeburgh Image © Britten-Pears Foundati…
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RT : Merkel's party has shot up to a 10-month high of 37 pct in the polls since she declared she would run again
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RT : Labour's poor result was because they no clear message & awful leadership.The Lib Dems having a plan on Brexit is l…
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Bernardo Bertolucci Admits He Conspired with Marlon Brando to Shoot 'Last Tango in Paris' Rape Scene
Elle: Bernardo Bertolucci Admits He Conspired with Marlon Brando to Shoot 'Last Tango in Paris' Rape Scene
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RT : Well, there's a headline I thought my generation would never read.
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RT : Very cool. BuzzFeed analyzed all links Trump has tweeted since start of campaign to determine where he gets his new…
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‘This story needs to be told to honor its victims and to fortify us so that history does not repeat itself.’
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Keir Starmer, a Lilliputian against a giant | The Economist

In fact the vote on June 23rd produced an intemperate, untameable animal. That much is evident in Sir Keir’s haunted air. He sports the demeanour of a man who has looked the giant in the eye and seen its size. It is also evident in the jitters of Brexiteers, whose disgust at the slightest suggestion of parliamentary scrutiny and whose perma-fury at unconvinced Remainer commentators reveals more than they would care to admit. Deep down, such politicos know the truth. Brexit is not a machine but a voluble beast. It combines a vague mandate from voters, a furious purism among diehards, a mind-achingly complicated bureaucratic exercise and a volatile international political and trading environment. Anyone who claims to know how the coming years will turn out is therefore talking rubbish. Sir Keir’s greatest virtue is that he seems to understand this. His keenest acolytes should follow suit.
Keir_Starmer  Jeremy_Cliffe  Economist  2016  Brexit  Labour 
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Photo of my daughter brushing her hair in the morning while sitting in the dog's bed made it to flickr explore
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RT : Think lots of folks missing this distinction. Biggest issue with Trump/Taiwan isn’t policy break, but lack of clari…
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RT : Water once flowed thru this at Lyddington, Rutland, producing fish for Bishop of Lincoln's tabl…
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RT : All of Charles Moore's columns are set in a film in which a Victorian gentleman suddenly finds himself in contempor…
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RT : Careful there Rexnord shareholders, you're about to be savagely bribed with taxpayers' cash.
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Log In - New York Times
RT : NYT: The WH was not told about Mr. Trump’s call until after it happened, according to a senior admin official
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RT : NEW: Theresa May appoints her own personal economic adviser amid rumours of rift with Philip Hammond…
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RT : It is hard to overstate the bottomless pig-ignorance & recklessness, of this step.
Presidents from Nixon onward had…
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Donald Trump risks China rift with Taiwan call
FT: Donald Trump risks China rift with Taiwan call
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felix - books • renner: kulturbolschewismus? • wiedler.ch
>> felix - books • renner: kulturbolschewismus? • wiedler.ch
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Stefan Zweig, cultural cosmopolitan.
The wise and sharp Clive James on Stefan Zweig, humanism and Europe. From 2007 (Slate).
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Worth reading this discussion. I'm with Declan. The EU's existential threats arise from the euro and extra-EU migra…
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RT : Actually, Iain Duncan Smith, I was elected by my constituents with more than half a million votes 😉
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RT : The UK government's negotiation strategy.
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RT : What a coincidence this happens right after Merkel announces she's running for reelection against pro-Kremlin AfD
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RT : The roadmap that led under to "Keep It In the Ground"
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RT : Hands up anyone taking guidance from Boris Johnson on what constitutes a principled act in politics.
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RT : thanks to the listener who alerted me to history
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