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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | The Brexit odd squadThe Brexit odd squad27 May - 2 June issue Cover Story: The Brexit odd squad.
In this week's magazine | The Brexit odd squad
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
The Brexit odd squad27 May - 2 June issue Cover Story: The Brexit odd squad. Stephen Bush on how a ragtag bunch of anti-Europeans rattled the Establishment. Diary: Stanley Johnson on disagreeing with Boris on Brexit – and Iain Duncan Smith, the... Read more
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The New Yorker
The New Activism of Campus LifeProblems had a tendency to escalate. There was, to name one thing, the food fig
The New Activism of Campus Life
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
Problems had a tendency to escalate. There was, to name one thing, the food fight: students had noted the inauthenticity of food at the school’s Afrikan Heritage House, and followed up with an on-site protest. (Some international students,... Read more
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AdWeek
Adweek's Power List 2016: The Top 100 Leaders in Marketing, Media and TechTo assemble Adweek's second annual Power List, we considered the profiles and r
Adweek's Power List 2016: The Top 100 Leaders in Marketing, Media and Tech
AdWeek / Posted 4 days ago
To assemble Adweek's second annual Power List, we considered the profiles and results of global corporate titans, taking into account such criteria as company value, revenue and revenue growth, market performance, consumer reach and affinity, their... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Film industry should set a deadline for achieving gender parityThere’s a great debate going on at the Cannes Film Festival this week: Is the g
Film industry should set a deadline for achieving gender parity
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
There’s a great debate going on at the Cannes Film Festival this week: Is the glass of equality one-seventh full or is it six-sevenths empty? Last year, there were complaints because only two of the 19 films in competition at the prestigious... Read more
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express
Eurocrats splash £1.5m on TV SUBTITLES to help UK feel CLOSER to the EUon subtitles for TV programmes The farcical scheme sees British taxpayers’ mon
Eurocrats splash £1.5m on TV SUBTITLES to help UK feel CLOSER to the EU
express / Posted 16 days ago
on subtitles for TV programmes The farcical scheme sees British taxpayers’ money squandered on translating sections of documentaries back into English after they have been dubbed over in French or German. The European Commission launched... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Daniel Berrigan, poet, peacemaker, dies at 94Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan, poet and peacemaker who was one of the most influen
Daniel Berrigan, poet, peacemaker, dies at 94
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 26 days ago
Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan, poet and peacemaker who was one of the most influential voices in shaping Catholic thinking about war and peace during the past century, died today. He was 94. His death was reported by a number of sources, including... Read more
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Breitbart
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could HelpBy way of introduction, we should note that for nearly two centuries, The Econo
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Help
Breitbart / Posted 28 days ago
By way of introduction, we should note that for nearly two centuries, The Economist has been a stalwart champion of free markets and free trade. And yet, as the article makes clear, today the political viability of both is under siege, threatened by... Read more
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heraldscotland
President Obama joins Shakespeare's 400th anniversary celebrationsThe Globe, with its timbered, white-washed curved walls, is a monument to the B
President Obama joins Shakespeare's 400th anniversary celebrations
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
The Globe, with its timbered, white-washed curved walls, is a monument to the Bard, famous for its open-air performances of the works of the playwright.With the sun illuminating the theatre’s wooden stage through the open roof, Obama was treated to a... Read more
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heraldscotland
All the world's his stageThe Globe, with its timbered, white-washed curved walls, is a monument to the B
All the world's his stage
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
The Globe, with its timbered, white-washed curved walls, is a monument to the Bard, famous for its open-air performances of the works of the playwright.With the sun illuminating the theatre’s wooden stage through the open roof, Obama was treated to a... Read more

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