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Buffer : “Coronavirus is like a big magnifying lens on the underlying inequalities in society": The Walthamstow MP stellacreasy on why the pandemic has been bad for women, and what policymakers can do about it.
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Twitter Web App : Why is the UK nominating someone for WTO chief anyway? I spoke to a lot of people about the WTO race to try and explain what, if anything, you gain from entering a race you're not going to win: newstatesman.com/politics/econo…

Buffer : "Progressives remain fixated on how to revive the world that engendered the present disorder." John Gray on why we are entering a new age of disorder.
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Twitter Web App : I, too, will be listening exclusively to Haim for the foreseeable future. Here's my review of Women in Music Pt. III for this week's magazine: newstatesman.com/culture/music-…

Buffer : "Hisham was deeply committed to the reform of his Iraq's political system; a tireless supporter of the young people who flooded on to the streets of Baghdad."

Toby Dodge on the murder of his friend and fellow scholar Hisham al-Hashimi. newstatesman.com/world/middle-e…

Buffer : Boris Johnson is casting blame on a sector that suffers from a lack of funding and understanding, and is desperately in need of a new funding model. newstatesman.com/politics/healt…

Buffer : Parisians may be relieved that café culture is back, but France may well be in deep crisis for the long haul. newstatesman.com/paris-post-loc…

Buffer : The exodus may result in a government dominated by cronyism, or simply paralyse its effectiveness, writes Stephen Bush. newstatesman.com/politics/econo…

Buffer : For #LongCovid sufferers – around 5% of those who catch the disease – debilitating symptoms drag on interminably, writes Phil Whitaker. newstatesman.com/politics/healt…

Buffer : Over the course of the past four months, Britain has been forced to grapple with a foundational question of moral philosophy: what are rules, and how and why do they constrain us? newstatesman.com/2020/07/corona…

Twitter Web App : Perhaps precisely because of its elitist reputation, tennis has consistently attracted mavericks and radicals. newstatesman.com/politics/sport…

Twitter Web App : "I still think that coalition government, if it can work in this country one day, is in the best interests of the country."

The Liberal Democrat leadership contender Layla Moran 🔶🟡 talks to Stephen Bush about her hopes for the party. newstatesman.com/politics/stagg…

Buffer : To Boris Johnson’s government, our vanishing high streets are simply a parallel universe, writes @anoosh_c. newstatesman.com/politics/econo…

Buffer : The novelist Sarah Perry and the oncologist Sam Guglani discuss the role of medicine and the arts in the coronavirus crisis. newstatesman.com/sarah-perry-sa…

TweetDeck : In this weeks New Statesman I wrote about Sarah Friers fascinating book on Instagram, and why it made me feel such grief over the many, many hours I have spent online. (And yet, here I am, on twitter again. As are you.)

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