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Football365
Would Liverpool fans take United's second keeper?he wants to sell/rent… See you soon Tim… Wolf (any players that dives gets 3
Football365 / Posted 5 days ago
he wants to sell/rent… See you soon Tim… Wolf (any players that dives gets 3 matches – video analysis allowed), York Adam Smith Institute We usually hear around this time of the week if anyone has been charged with offences from the previous... Read more
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Boston Globe
Despite run-up, bitcoin’s future is still uncertainrising, and that they won’t be wiped out if it falls. “It’s outrageous what CM
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
rising, and that they won’t be wiped out if it falls. “It’s outrageous what CME is doing,” said Byrne, a fellow at the Adam Smith Institute, a free-market think tank in the UK and former chief operating officer of Monax, a blockchain software... Read more
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Daily Record
Leading councillor backs legalisation of cannabis for medical usehave suggested the legalisation of the class B drug could raise £1 billion in t
Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
have suggested the legalisation of the class B drug could raise £1 billion in tax revenues for the government, with a report by the Adam Smith Institute estimating a legal marijuana market could be worth £6.8 billion to the economy... Read more
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heraldscotland
Urgent land banking review to boost housing supply...but in Scotland?are already able to charge 100 per cent council tax, the Scottish Government sa
heraldscotland / Posted 18 days ago
are already able to charge 100 per cent council tax, the Scottish Government said. Ben Southwood, head of research at the Adam Smith Institute, says: "The Chancellor showed that he understands that the UK’s housing shortage is because of planning... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Should we raise the alcohol tax?hurt the poor and some argue they are largely ineffective at reducing consumpti
Staten Island Advance / Posted 28 days ago
hurt the poor and some argue they are largely ineffective at reducing consumption. Christopher Snowdon argues in an Adam Smith Institute report that alcohol taxes are "highly regressive" and are indicative of "the government's mishandling of... Read more

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