Economist.com Coupon Code - Validcoupons.net
Save with Coupon Codes. With US Promo Portal.
Homepage > E > Economist.com Coupon Code
Economist.com

Economist.com Coupon Code

Filter by:

Economist.com in other countries

Economist.com rabattkoder


Twitter

16th Nov2018: Ed-tech seems to bring bigger improvements in poor countries than in rich ones https://t.co/gTIK5HXzs4
16th Nov2018: Should the prototype of the kilogram ever be stolen or destroyed there would be no official measure https://t.co/PlxNW1nrEi
16th Nov2018: Those in the field acknowledge that Catholic-inspired projects and charities have an important role to play in comb… https://t.co/smg19u9p53
16th Nov2018: Conflict in the Gulf is hurting Dubai https://t.co/caycFDfdB6
16th Nov2018: To boost wages, innovation and public support for capitalism, countries should unleash competition again https://t.co/PwVTSQvjoU
16th Nov2018: How Syria’s flag carrier plans to remain airborne https://t.co/9JjupNoGMP
16th Nov2018: Clothes-industry heavyweights rely on fashion forecasters. But AI is about to turn this art into a science https://t.co/6YGmKlIwrE
16th Nov2018: Why America struggles to sell LNG in Europe https://t.co/OLA4cspRrQ
16th Nov2018: The trial of El Chapo and the crime-fighting plan of AMLO https://t.co/qDZeySLwFB
16th Nov2018: How language problems bedevil the response to crises https://t.co/KyOnWva7Hj
16th Nov2018: Borrowing by mobile phone gets some poor people into trouble https://t.co/c8Fm4FbYRV
16th Nov2018: A defiant Italy puts Europe’s fiscal rules to the test https://t.co/QoxUVUBlXJ
16th Nov2018: It is hard to see how Theresa May can get her Brexit deal through the House of Commons https://t.co/5J1pDSUCAe
16th Nov2018: How Japan can cope with the 100-year-life society https://t.co/QrfydFSqlZ
16th Nov2018: The real reasons why food-bank use is soaring https://t.co/Zyy4sBOhLT
16th Nov2018: Longyearbyen is the world’s northernmost town, but climate change is threatening the livelihoods of its few residen… https://t.co/39f4vst97h
16th Nov2018: Alan Walker has searched for new primary sources from Warsaw to Washington, and cleared away a thicket of myths https://t.co/7zF2AgPBlc
16th Nov2018: Eritrea’s improved relations with its neighbours have raised hopes of a more stable Horn of Africa https://t.co/PcE2OEP9YP
16th Nov2018: Poor Americans seem to be increasingly stuck in poor places https://t.co/7TAKCQOTll
16th Nov2018: Mary Treat, a stalwart 19th-century scientist who corresponded with Charles Darwin, plays a central role in the book https://t.co/n3QEkA9r5C
16th Nov2018: Given that turnout is higher in presidential election years, Arizona Democrats are expecting more gains in 2020 https://t.co/6mGI3jMU4B
16th Nov2018: Technological change has weakened unions. But technology is increasingly offering workers new ways to organise https://t.co/e6v3V4ATus
16th Nov2018: As Mickey Mouse turns 90, @1843mag looks back at his eventful life https://t.co/OHexsNTGjM
16th Nov2018: The average adult migrant from the European Economic Area yielded £2,370 more for the Treasury in 2017 than the ave… https://t.co/SPooffqpX5
16th Nov2018: Modern Austria turned 100 on November 12th and, as a present, gave itself a history museum https://t.co/OdMGbrbi26
16th Nov2018: A leadership election in Britain would be embarrassing as well as bloody https://t.co/Fr36a5COPb
16th Nov2018: DNA is a "fortune teller", Robert Plomin says, that "makes us who we are" https://t.co/cc0rZpjZDW
15th Nov2018: Nine out of ten children are enrolled in primary schools worldwide. But many of those children are learning next to… https://t.co/GG3aOYFsF7
15th Nov2018: City councils in Toronto and Montreal have asked the federal government to ban all handguns and assault rifles https://t.co/AJzC7c75gP
15th Nov2018: Discover the technological forces driving the fashion of the future https://t.co/C9B3x2BDOA
15th Nov2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/abRwUPEouZ
15th Nov2018: Capitalism needs a reboot, just not the one that protectionists and populists want https://t.co/PVj7zIERu3
15th Nov2018: A couple undergoing IVF could optimise the health of their future child in a way that those who conceive naturally… https://t.co/VMg5Lyw6Si
15th Nov2018: What does Kyrsten Sinema’s historic win mean for Arizona? https://t.co/fZx7dazwfv
15th Nov2018: It is unclear whether the mid-terms signalled the long-term shift Democrats have been waiting for in Arizona https://t.co/wfH3op6uGD
15th Nov2018: Grand Cayman has more companies than people, but its population of green iguanas outnumbers both https://t.co/4V3j8otISB
15th Nov2018: The UN Security Council has voted to lift the arms embargo and the threat of sanctions on Eritrean officials https://t.co/hODftVpIFe
15th Nov2018: The “opportunity zones” selected are more likely to be already gentrifying than many other areas in need, according… https://t.co/omzpv2mCA4
15th Nov2018: Sanctions on Eritrea are lifted https://t.co/xf3LjQbOMV
15th Nov2018: Strikes in Costa Rica prompt a crucial question for Latin America: is the purpose of the state to benefit citizens,… https://t.co/tpM2XfjpJn
15th Nov2018: Why technology deserves a place in more classrooms https://t.co/NI0BEPWlLj
15th Nov2018: From May 20th 2019, the values of four metric units will be fixed at their current values forever https://t.co/ohZfrNRpxj
15th Nov2018: Clothes of tomorrow could be designed, fitted and sold to us by technology alone Supported by @Woolmark https://t.co/TZY8i9Wnlv
15th Nov2018: Ruth Gates was the first to show that coral bleaching events happened more often in warmer waters https://t.co/vTp2IzLsOM
15th Nov2018: Jacob Rees-Mogg said the Brexit vote was "as worthy for celebration as victory at Waterloo" https://t.co/sDYlokBpbU
15th Nov2018: To achieve a 100-year-life society, Japan needs enough people working to support those who no longer can https://t.co/vl7QrbrXuY
15th Nov2018: A loss of public faith in capitalism is warranted, but dangerous. Competition is the cure https://t.co/cAgAry19hk
15th Nov2018: This week’s cartoon from KAL https://t.co/MlLrDfeLlB
15th Nov2018: The Catholic church is using its place at both ends of the chain to combat the sex trade linking west Africa with E… https://t.co/DZ3okuG87v
15th Nov2018: The number of stabbings began to tick up in North Wales, Norfolk and Essex well before it did in London https://t.co/qitN4tmehp
15th Nov2018: Capitalism needs a revolution. To restore faith in markets, countries must unleash competition. Our cover this week https://t.co/kVDb9kLzEc
15th Nov2018: His characters were ordinary people with extraordinary powers. They had vanities and neuroses, backstories and inne… https://t.co/QaKu5xXKgI
15th Nov2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/hE0gXJnpCZ
15th Nov2018: Hanging over the debate on the Brexit deal is the the question of what overturning it would do to the health of Bri… https://t.co/yXTJhR6AQa
15th Nov2018: So far, the European Commission has been reluctant to whack countries with penalties. Italy will test its reserve https://t.co/alAAyKSsCz
15th Nov2018: For Theresa May, many more dangers lie ahead https://t.co/Z65VpRlAq3
15th Nov2018: The time has come for Britons to find out what Brexit really means. Our cover in Britain this week… https://t.co/2Ul3GiJesT
15th Nov2018: Remainers recently defaced a portrait of Boris Johnson, arch-Brexiteer. From @1843mag https://t.co/98MbMiIzaV
15th Nov2018: When the flu pandemic of 1918 finally receded, it had reduced humanity by between 2.5% and 5% https://t.co/8UVd9gxZYs
15th Nov2018: Britain is now entering into a political hurricane the likes of which it has not seen for decades https://t.co/QYgwKN1i9g
15th Nov2018: The case for another vote on Brexit is gaining strength https://t.co/2TIXMmGm1h
15th Nov2018: Rather than soaring, as it was supposed to, the price of oil has sunk https://t.co/HSmeEEN7oU
15th Nov2018: In 1990 28% of Spain was forested; now the proportion is 37% https://t.co/SEQ9wYESw3
15th Nov2018: American exports of chemically-treated chicken have been rejected by the EU since 1997 https://t.co/311dpg7DzV
15th Nov2018: The film was almost five years in the making; Peter Jackson’s attention to detail was painstaking https://t.co/OetWG06oxN
15th Nov2018: The production’s jazz-hands and showtunes are appropriate for the post-racial promise of the dawning millennium https://t.co/mwStTTwTPq
15th Nov2018: The Statue of Liberty seemed a dismembered monstrosity as she grew, piece by piece, in a Parisian atelier https://t.co/OAmy0BYFTk
15th Nov2018: Even though Chopin was lionised for most of his life, he never took his gift for granted, agonising over each compo… https://t.co/Qfbm8DU4ip
15th Nov2018: In a survey of American workers, 88% said they would sacrifice a higher wage for better health insurance and more f… https://t.co/xfAuVIGcId
15th Nov2018: Economic inequality has only ever been rectified by warfare, revolution, state collapse and plague, argues Walter S… https://t.co/vScsDsDCSu
15th Nov2018: In a last-minute deal with far-right groups, the government agreed to a joint “red-and-white” march https://t.co/PqmHqOo7IK
15th Nov2018: Screening embryos more accurately for disease risk is now possible. But traits such as height or even intelligence… https://t.co/0Jm1L6J1wF
15th Nov2018: Some big firms have set up Xi Jinping Thought “study rooms” https://t.co/tsaetZNEWH
15th Nov2018: The demonisation of George Soros, a Jewish financier, and the way it has spread is one example of how Jew-hatred ke… https://t.co/TztMI91AFL
15th Nov2018: John Gray, an atheist, is as exasperated with knee-jerk unbelief as he is with unthinking devotion https://t.co/gRx9e4X1am
15th Nov2018: The papacy is working hard to combat the sex trade https://t.co/o91BhchpVX
15th Nov2018: He is there in the sky and the sea, in unwanted pennies, in a mother plaiting her daughter’s hair, in a tin of HP b… https://t.co/uuM5fwL6ul
15th Nov2018: How your recycled waste could be turned into smoother, longer-lasting roads https://t.co/HAXwEWMWyK
15th Nov2018: Why is there a growth of interest in Portuguese in Macau? https://t.co/djePmIKiAU
15th Nov2018: The state enjoys a monopoly over the crop, which is so lucrative that Uzbeks dub it “white gold” https://t.co/WNlZ1miXeF
15th Nov2018: The European Commission may launch a disciplinary process, which could eventually impose sanctions on Italy, as ear… https://t.co/PYwwbj3hbN
15th Nov2018: In Brazil, where satisfaction with democracy is lowest among 18 countries, disillusionment opened the way for Jair… https://t.co/AAjEr2ttyz
15th Nov2018: The first world war was not just a grand tragedy. For the 67m who fought, it was a sordid hellscape https://t.co/CbstgEpvC3
15th Nov2018: Britain remains a country where protest art thrives https://t.co/Gg3UADgLy4 From @1843mag
15th Nov2018: A softer Brexit is better: what can Britain learn from Norway? https://t.co/201WSUnCGy
15th Nov2018: India will need to invest in off-grid solutions if it is to achieve its goal of universal 24-hour electricity by 20… https://t.co/wmxi61qppL
15th Nov2018: Why house prices in global cities are falling https://t.co/ZKSu35Xy9f
15th Nov2018: The last time Australia suffered a recession, the Soviet Union still existed and the internet did not https://t.co/ZT84Wpyio1
15th Nov2018: Strong welfare states are crucial for capitalism https://t.co/hmZ32y0SdT
15th Nov2018: “They Shall Not Grow Old” helps audiences not only to remember the dead, but to understand them, too https://t.co/slc5HWHrqX
15th Nov2018: The Brexiteers had promised the impossible. Disillusionment was inevitably going to follow https://t.co/DxQ7UpieAX
15th Nov2018: Two American firms will begin screening embryos more accurately to detect a host of diseases that could develop lat… https://t.co/dN5tP3VxSx
15th Nov2018: A new book attempts to pick apart the complex and sometimes strange history of this colossal gift to America https://t.co/3CDmKUzRIQ
15th Nov2018: Attention has shifted from investigating the offenders, who have molested or raped children, to the role of bishops… https://t.co/E2Ft02QSTU
15th Nov2018: The closer that countries get to full electrification, the harder it is to connect the last holdouts https://t.co/ht0Z3vJoDb
15th Nov2018: Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://t.co/uADOklSdPy
14th Nov2018: Italy’s deadline to resubmit its budget plans to the European Commission has lapsed without its government budging https://t.co/BP20hgMpq4
14th Nov2018: Published in January 2000, “White Teeth” epitomised a self-deprecating sort of millennial hopefulness https://t.co/V33Xe9pXOC
14th Nov2018: A state’s population determines its number of House seats and electoral votes, as well as how federal funds are div… https://t.co/w74T1qeVpT
14th Nov2018: More than 400m people have gained access to electricity in India since 2000 https://t.co/7VUkDHKICQ
14th Nov2018: The battle over a citizenship question on the 2020 census heats up https://t.co/73ctCwAuN6
14th Nov2018: Suicide is the leading cause of death for all Indians between ages 15 and 39, and for Indian women between 15 and 49 https://t.co/7K5OgVw6xT
14th Nov2018: A couple undergoing IVF could optimise the health of their future child in a way that those who conceive naturally… https://t.co/9Yxz6Ub9G7
14th Nov2018: "Blueprint" touts the importance of DNA in shaping the individual https://t.co/OKrxrjMFx2
14th Nov2018: The war in Yemen has become indefensible. The death toll may be as high as 60,000 and 8m people are in danger of st… https://t.co/Mw37EMSXcN
14th Nov2018: China is a one-party state with a billion more citizens than America, yet it has half a million fewer prisoners https://t.co/tQMPsRB5ol
14th Nov2018: When corporations open their wallets to politicians, the public loses https://t.co/LZcNUSAxIX
14th Nov2018: Firms like YouTube and Facebook are at risk of becoming “ministries of truth”–arbiters of what billions of people d… https://t.co/qfRd0p7oTe
14th Nov2018: Calculating the probability of an embryo developing a multitude of diseases later in life is now feasible https://t.co/U61fopwgWe
14th Nov2018: Wildfires in California have killed at least 48 people and many more are still missing. What causes wildfires and a… https://t.co/K88TAai0qS
14th Nov2018: A defiant Italy puts Europe’s fiscal rules to the test https://t.co/D0fSTN9EDc
14th Nov2018: Fewer bees will mean fewer plants and therefore less to eat and less oxygen to breathe https://t.co/gIejyd2w3L
14th Nov2018: A slippery slope towards designer babies? https://t.co/aOcTEEPiko
14th Nov2018: American crude oil has just seen its longest consecutive decline in price for more than three decades https://t.co/0otdfXERAb
14th Nov2018: “The Chinese are not buying in Brazil, they are buying Brazil,” complained Jair Bolsonaro https://t.co/5I1NDqlGHA
14th Nov2018: The rule of female presidents (on screen, at least) https://t.co/Bvrz9m6KMm
14th Nov2018: Ann Wroe holds St Francis up to the light and turns him this way and that to catch the gleam, says @LauraSFreeman https://t.co/noZ6qhoQW1
14th Nov2018: The oil price swings dramatically https://t.co/XsrTnrwlah
14th Nov2018: The centenary march highlighted the rift between supporters and critics of the ruling populist Law and Justice party https://t.co/ydPCxo5MdZ
14th Nov2018: The relationship between democracy and peace does not appear linear https://t.co/W1WNgl9WQp
14th Nov2018: The fall in the birth rate at the turn of the millennium will mean that by 2020 British universities will have fewe… https://t.co/3c5ckzVQEZ
14th Nov2018: Letting Earth warm beyond 1.5°C presents a serious danger to humans and other species, the report found https://t.co/bV711sZFTF
14th Nov2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/KWgv0NHd9W
14th Nov2018: Poland’s alarming centenary march https://t.co/GNQmj51kR7
14th Nov2018: The possible involvement of foreign money in the Brexit campaign has fuelled calls for a second referendum https://t.co/r82jVDeBmh
14th Nov2018: Utah, Missouri, Colorado, Maryland and Michigan all adopted welcome voting reforms via ballot initiatives https://t.co/EpkupIzpLs
14th Nov2018: It is thought that dirty air kills some 30,000 Delhi-wallahs a year https://t.co/u3HaLKCgZw
14th Nov2018: Can China find a way to shore up growth without falling back on debt-fuelled stimulus? https://t.co/NyQnTWHzoy
14th Nov2018: Attention has shifted from investigating the offenders, who have molested or raped children, to the role of bishops… https://t.co/P3MjYcprhX
14th Nov2018: China’s record GDP growth has exerted a “gravitational pull” on the world’s economic output https://t.co/O4xUxLiGvJ
14th Nov2018: Police forces in Britain and America are turning to data and AI-driven programmes to help them fight crime https://t.co/hezgoydKo3
14th Nov2018: Since around 2011 residents have rated their identity as citizens of Macau as being stronger than their identity as… https://t.co/88qRcrWL4l
14th Nov2018: “While atheists may call themselves freethinkers, for many today atheism is a closed system of thought” https://t.co/Gjf6Dtnyyx
14th Nov2018: Xi Jinping stresses that socialism with Chinese characteristics is in fact about “socialism and not any other kind… https://t.co/aqpTuzONS1
14th Nov2018: What explains the rise in knife-crime in Britain? One plausible explanation is a shift in the drugs market https://t.co/WbTh51jmzQ
14th Nov2018: Why Delhi is so polluted https://t.co/pEdFA53aDh
14th Nov2018: Emmanuel Jal was a child soldier at the age of nine. Now he is an international hip-hop star https://t.co/caO1oEHq0o
14th Nov2018: “While atheists may call themselves freethinkers, for many today atheism is a closed system of thought” https://t.co/lEYEFfxL4i
14th Nov2018: Hollywood and television executives have eyed Jackson’s writing with renewed interest https://t.co/TfIw4P6nSO
14th Nov2018: During the making of the film, 100,000 elephants and 5,000 rhinos were killed for their tusks and horns https://t.co/yj8IpepPrf
14th Nov2018: In 1987, the migration rate within America was around 4%. In 2017, it had fallen below 2.5%, according to the Hamil… https://t.co/AfQtN9wB9z
14th Nov2018: A former FBI agent has been appointed by a new lay group, Better Church Governance, to investigate 224 men who advi… https://t.co/0udXHPTo1i
14th Nov2018: Taxes on unhealthy vices such as tobacco, alcohol and sugar are not as effective as they seem https://t.co/f90OcBCsuN
14th Nov2018: In a "monopsony", such as a mining town with only one mine, firms can offer wages below market rate. Should regulat… https://t.co/1sUeOsqaTg
14th Nov2018: The number of stabbings began to tick up in North Wales, Norfolk and Essex well before they did in London https://t.co/EtCEfpofuQ
14th Nov2018: This year Democrats devoted $2.2bn to state-level races, almost level with the $2.4bn they spent on congressional r… https://t.co/jGHdtDQO60
14th Nov2018: The last time Australia suffered a recession, the Soviet Union still existed and the internet did not https://t.co/uUBGhlMLVa
14th Nov2018: There were at least two periods when Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis interbred, resulting in lasting benefit… https://t.co/35LMaCFjFK
14th Nov2018: The Economist has analysed all international and civil wars since 1900 https://t.co/Tt7sC4PCs5
14th Nov2018: He developed a breed of superhero very different to the austerely virtuous and one-dimensional type then favoured b… https://t.co/UtUvpVT0u0
14th Nov2018: The world was a different place when “Big Brother” was first broadcast onto Britain’s boxy television screens in Ju… https://t.co/D3jS3JEk6Y
14th Nov2018: Emmanuel Jal was a child soldier during the Sudanese civil war in the 1990s. Now he has swapped his AK-47 for a mic… https://t.co/gnYoBN7Bkp
14th Nov2018: Chopin seems a less exotic figure than his reputation suggests https://t.co/SNchro5JoI
14th Nov2018: In a survey of American workers, 88% said they would sacrifice a higher wage for better health insurance and more f… https://t.co/nyEOYmivwN
13th Nov2018: Poor Americans seem to be increasingly stuck in poor places https://t.co/RhX7HhjfAz
13th Nov2018: A post-Soviet generation is reorienting Rostov beyond its old industries, with a creative cluster home to IT and de… https://t.co/w3HpF6eN4R
13th Nov2018: Since 2010-11 knife crime has risen by a tenth in London, and by a third in the rest of England and Wales https://t.co/0KQWeR8HKA
9th Nov2018: “Peterloo” represents the Corbynite interpretation of history as a story of ruthless exploitation and intermittent… https://t.co/uanG8s9ElT
9th Nov2018: For artists, professional success seems often to depend on an early endorsement by the right set of galleries https://t.co/0ORTgRlSV5
9th Nov2018: Mr Vichai developed a close rapport with fans. He had a habit of buying them breakfast before away matches https://t.co/1mUN94PSas
9th Nov2018: Amazon reportedly intends to split its investment between bases in New York City and Northern Virginia https://t.co/DswqE4rIcK
9th Nov2018: Fashion brands are missing a trick by not sponsoring skins in video games https://t.co/ODxpl3jKYl From @1843mag
9th Nov2018: Cryptic crosswording, developed in Britain in the 1920s, has been saved by technology https://t.co/QFGPtgYZgK
9th Nov2018: Many in the British armed forces are leaving for better salaries in the private sector. The forces are losing troop… https://t.co/vJ5ax7QNhl
9th Nov2018: The potential electorate in Florida will grow by about 10%, including more than 400,000 re-enfranchised African Ame… https://t.co/Mp80ogLF2A
9th Nov2018: New technology could eliminate the three species of mosquito most responsible for transmitting malaria https://t.co/ESfHwkIYtw
9th Nov2018: For malaria, the case for moving forward tests for gene drives is a strong one https://t.co/1znGbA19Ta
9th Nov2018: A former FBI agent has been appointed by a new lay group, Better Church Governance, to investigate 224 men who advi… https://t.co/1ilIIQu7R7
9th Nov2018: Cocaine in Britain has become more plentiful—and more potent https://t.co/hCSmhL0oFf
9th Nov2018: An adaptation of “White Teeth” shows how Britain has changed https://t.co/vrEbbpX2Ag
9th Nov2018: Why the restoration of felons’ voting rights in Florida is a big deal https://t.co/I97U1qz2q3
9th Nov2018: The virus may have been inherently potent, and the circumstances of the war could have made it more virulent too https://t.co/f9e6kSLgl3
9th Nov2018: This year Democrats devoted $2.2bn to state-level races, almost level with the $2.4bn they spent on congressional r… https://t.co/wdRPe1hDo0
9th Nov2018: In Georgia, long queues at some polling stations looked like an attempt to discourage voting https://t.co/KrO5jtYgG0
9th Nov2018: Luca Guadagnino’s homage to Dario Argento isn’t as far from “Call Me By Your Name” as you might assume https://t.co/b2c3TfollS
9th Nov2018: Charting inequality is harder than it looks. Our head of data journalism explains this chart https://t.co/nLc7iQ56u0 https://t.co/Wstl7vmw5a
9th Nov2018: Democrats could propose bills to shore up Obamacare, revive the DREAM act or raise the minimum wage https://t.co/w67kExHx8c
9th Nov2018: Three states have voted to decriminalise marijuana, with Michiganders legalising its recreational use https://t.co/Q0DKqPdiAz
9th Nov2018: Two remotely controlled vehicles are being tested to revive flooded mines https://t.co/At0wpoGsUN
9th Nov2018: An increasingly activist judiciary is playing a more political role in Latin America https://t.co/x8ixI0TGdL
9th Nov2018: The Church of England plays a big role in acts of remembrance https://t.co/Y3ORySSnrQ
9th Nov2018: The mid-term elections produced a recipe for gridlock, poor governance and political disenchantment… https://t.co/je6wM0Mib9
9th Nov2018: The world was a different place when “Big Brother” was first broadcast onto Britain’s boxy television screens in Ju… https://t.co/XixM1643y0
9th Nov2018: A peace conference on Libya next week in Palermo will be a chance for Italy to push its own interests https://t.co/gsMRrCn5sV
9th Nov2018: Uganda’s Bobi Wine is one of several upstart politicians with support among the urban poor who are rattling governm… https://t.co/wBTKzJ3jFe
9th Nov2018: Andry Rajoelina and Marc Ravalomanana seem likely to face each other in a run-off on December 19th https://t.co/ECV0DiBiYy
9th Nov2018: Democrats and Republicans alike found reason to cheer mid-term results in the Midwest https://t.co/zpqIkwz7aR
9th Nov2018: Italy and France are jockeying for influence in Libya, distracting from a UN-led peace process https://t.co/GpBR8bvNdv
9th Nov2018: The average farm in central Illinois is expected to make an overall loss of $70,000 next year, according to economi… https://t.co/O7TuUmI2Su
9th Nov2018: The spread of Chinese traditional medicine in Africa underlines China’s growing soft power https://t.co/d7d2pTo4rj
9th Nov2018: Some fear that the Italian deficit will add to the country’s already huge public debt (of more than 130% of GDP) https://t.co/3SXzbasQ2E
9th Nov2018: In the United States around 22 military veterans kill themselves every day. MDMA could help those who suffer from P… https://t.co/kl7nJo5F7a
9th Nov2018: How the “mighty woman with a torch” came into being https://t.co/QclkcMgOxf
9th Nov2018: To Whitey Bulger, "crime" and "business" were a slippery pair of words https://t.co/WS1s0IVQd9
9th Nov2018: The French president’s talk of “a true European army” is confused, quixotic and reckless https://t.co/i2iO8DRJ6c
9th Nov2018: The sketches are a kind of self-annotation, and some of them—melancholy, distilled—feel quintessentially Dylan https://t.co/u3IJpw6aZR
9th Nov2018: CLV scores serve as a reminder that airlines are able to monitor their customers with ever closer scrutiny https://t.co/4EBox6U2mW
9th Nov2018: David Brat was denied a third term by a Democratic newcomer who harnessed the anti-Trump fury of well-educated subu… https://t.co/lOCpI3ewjh
9th Nov2018: “Daredevil” shows the strengths of serialised superhero storytelling. In daring to create a third season, Netflix w… https://t.co/5indqohnaO
9th Nov2018: “Candy Crush Saga” is free to play, but it made $930m last year because gamers are willing to spend money on in-gam… https://t.co/ypBWIyDiQQ
9th Nov2018: Many Chinese believe that tiger bone mixed with alcohol can cure arthritis and that rhino-horn powder can help in t… https://t.co/Sr2eWH2o55
9th Nov2018: Trains are more often delayed by the behaviour of passengers than by the inefficiency of operators https://t.co/h2PnBUEsEG
9th Nov2018: Why the flu of 1918 was so deadly https://t.co/3RqMT1cnmC
9th Nov2018: If you have ever been confused about exactly what Napoleon was doing in Russia in 1812, you are in good company. He… https://t.co/vr4pXG0Fn3
9th Nov2018: Global conflict has seen an extraordinary decline, but new threats are looming https://t.co/x0V3A5NFXm
9th Nov2018: In one technological realm, China appears less eager to surpass America: the development of genetically modified fo… https://t.co/7ARUsZjn83
9th Nov2018: More than 700,000 people signed a petition asking the government to turn them away, and to tighten or abolish laws… https://t.co/Z56XuS5DV2
9th Nov2018: Only 3% of Australians claim indigenous ancestry, making it difficult for Aboriginals to influence government policy https://t.co/qab08Dso41
9th Nov2018: When Stanley Spencer made St Francis modern, he painted him as lumpen and plod-a-day. Ann Wroe’s St Francis is a mo… https://t.co/RsekV1fYBq
9th Nov2018: The war in Yemen has become indefensible. The death toll may be as high as 60,000 and 8m people are in danger of st… https://t.co/rwW3QZygug
9th Nov2018: “The Chinese are not buying in Brazil, they are buying Brazil,” complained Jair Bolsonaro https://t.co/lD2AIR0mzh
9th Nov2018: Mid-term results in the Midwest are already being studied for clues as to how 2020 might play out https://t.co/CVdY2WMkMt
9th Nov2018: Marie Colvin trekked over a mountain range to escape from Chechnya in 1999. She lost an eye to a grenade in Sri Lan… https://t.co/DTqL9vvA37
9th Nov2018: For a show @HalcyonGallery, Bob Dylan has created nearly 60 new drawings to illustrate a number of his most famous… https://t.co/WLxRtZyrX1
9th Nov2018: The show’s most significant legacy is the way in which it catapulted ordinary people out of suburban normality https://t.co/S2hDVpllRE
9th Nov2018: A study carried out in India found that giving reading glasses to tea pickers increased their productivity by 39% https://t.co/HCra8iAzyA
9th Nov2018: Vikings mixed tar with pigments to give sails colour and offer protection from damaging ultraviolet rays https://t.co/ulNXb3IFdv
9th Nov2018: Brexit is far more like a divorce than a financial deal. Separating will be painful, with assets wasted and childre… https://t.co/fHXl50WgKB
9th Nov2018: David Brat was once the face of the anti-establishment insurgency in Congress. Now, he is on his way out https://t.co/QzWmnpROd4
9th Nov2018: Sometimes these scores are transmitted to flight attendants so they can read about passengers on their flights https://t.co/DjEHVhqBLN
9th Nov2018: This season works because it sticks within its New York setting. There are some marvellous set pieces https://t.co/5xsVZ1neOy
9th Nov2018: Goldman underwrote bond offerings worth $6.5bn for 1MDB, but according to court filings $2.7bn of the money went as… https://t.co/bL7yHi8AHz
9th Nov2018: The exercise was a test of NATO’s ability to pump reinforcements over the oceans and then across the European conti… https://t.co/tjqgofdHFu
9th Nov2018: Reports of bad behaviour by investment banks during the financial crisis were good for business, according to a new… https://t.co/KcE9ilsLhv
9th Nov2018: Abigail Spanberger’s big win https://t.co/CfE6TPWlUG
9th Nov2018: Mr Weber—a softly-spoken, folksy Bavarian—is now the clear frontrunner to replace Jean-Claude Juncker https://t.co/QARbIEBIek
9th Nov2018: If you have ever been confused about exactly what Napoleon was doing in Russia in 1812, you are in good company. He… https://t.co/o6cw9wTFR3
9th Nov2018: Where is the geographic centre of the global economy? https://t.co/YsbdaRJypZ
9th Nov2018: One hundred years after the end of the first world war, battle-related deaths have fallen worldwide. Why? https://t.co/eNKODxevUq
8th Nov2018: Adapting Shirley Jackson’s dark fiction is a tough task, and few have done it convincingly https://t.co/LYMbKyxSIR
8th Nov2018: American farmers are titans of international commerce. But over a fifth of their agricultural exports face new tari… https://t.co/RbACFnawta
8th Nov2018: The idea of underwater mining is not restricted to the ocean floor https://t.co/Yr0vcIiDkg
8th Nov2018: How is it that California can be the poorest, and one of the richest, states at the same time? https://t.co/x2RZrQOBPj
8th Nov2018: Madeline Pollard understood spin. She reframed the tale of a fallen woman into one of duplicity https://t.co/K7Ftgnsqxg
8th Nov2018: The Midwest will again be an influential battleground in 2020 https://t.co/jF9AzG9qGi
8th Nov2018: Europeans must do more to defend themselves, but moving away from the NATO alliance is not the way to do it https://t.co/YfsakWgXTW
8th Nov2018: Many airlines assign passengers a "customer lifetime value" score, which they use to make all sorts of decisions https://t.co/SWbdGOcWHZ
8th Nov2018: Urban spiders are evolving https://t.co/YbmNP4SzTT
8th Nov2018: Economically Bangladesh is a role model for South Asia. No one, however, would envy its politics https://t.co/OeXO7COTIm
8th Nov2018: Gene drives, in theory, could make a species extinct. But they also might help to shape nature for the better https://t.co/lhSov52j8L
8th Nov2018: The “freemium” business model encourages some gamers to spend thousands of dollars a year https://t.co/cAw75m7CPe
8th Nov2018: The proportion of Latin Americans who are dissatisfied with democracy has jumped from 51% in 2009 to 71% https://t.co/FqrMIw0Lx6
8th Nov2018: The Democrats recover some of their strength in the Midwest https://t.co/FXI1xMZOL6
8th Nov2018: The Italian deficit is three times bigger than pledged by the previous government https://t.co/METFOCxq3s
8th Nov2018: War is in decline. But will peace last? https://t.co/e5iBeqdkyD
8th Nov2018: In 2017 some 5m litres of mezcal were sold in Mexico and abroad, a fivefold rise from 2011 https://t.co/nmIxVDu9ln
8th Nov2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/NiWc6UgMMR
8th Nov2018: This week’s cartoon from KAL https://t.co/68BCaDdOkV
8th Nov2018: How to mix cocktails worthy of James Bond. From @1843mag https://t.co/1tYqWJ27DZ
8th Nov2018: Later this year China will carry out a mission that could dramatically increase human understanding of the Moon https://t.co/mFBxt3MmL6
8th Nov2018: Democrats should now resist the urge for revenge https://t.co/lgwkehwEBw
8th Nov2018: Biologists worry that mining could wreck marine habitats before they are properly catalogued or understood https://t.co/jxSTVZz4M3
8th Nov2018: Flyers should worry about “customer lifetime value” scores https://t.co/fzXy2uy33x
8th Nov2018: It is better to have big classes taught by excellent teachers than smaller groups taught by mediocre ones https://t.co/2UGo7Uwnz8
8th Nov2018: The haunting of Shirley Jackson https://t.co/KmRZSENQkW
8th Nov2018: The Chinese firm will be starved of essential manufacturing technology supplies for its factory https://t.co/6gh9drtO2L
8th Nov2018: A homophobic “surveillance squad” to track down gay people has been pledged by the regional commissioner of Dar es… https://t.co/W4oOC2tAWD
8th Nov2018: Before Donald Trump, there were few Republicans whom Democrats disliked more than Jeff Sessions. His resignation ha… https://t.co/DAQKuVTl2n
8th Nov2018: Russia’s spree of invasion, intimidation and assassination has roused the NATO alliance from its slumber https://t.co/87EC54T2T7
8th Nov2018: Liberation theologians such as Brazil’s Leonardo Boff drew on Marxism to criticise Latin America’s power structures https://t.co/E0YVoobQxA
8th Nov2018: Only 13% of the world’s population enjoys a free press #OpenFuture https://t.co/G61OHG5oXt
8th Nov2018: A divided America now has a divided government. To break the impasse, Democrats should resist the urge to seek reve… https://t.co/XhmnrXUiyP
8th Nov2018: Improvements to life expectancy are hard to achieve among the rich, who already smoke little, eat healthily and exe… https://t.co/fSQGrBStWc
8th Nov2018: Increasing legalisation of cannabis in much of North America is inspiring imaginative new recipes https://t.co/rhWwwB07Cz
8th Nov2018: Iceland ranks just behind Qatar in energy consumption per person. From the World in Figures https://t.co/vGRR96eWdH https://t.co/ofdOMSgYZm
8th Nov2018: Marie Colvin thought female journalists distinguished themselves by focusing on people rather than the bang-bang https://t.co/xiG7wRStoL
8th Nov2018: In 1990 28% of Spain was forested; now the proportion is 37% https://t.co/rYp3gtJLMM
8th Nov2018: A lyrical life of St Francis of Assisi https://t.co/f3N5blSZtH
8th Nov2018: Eco-tourism can help to protect and revive coral reefs https://t.co/pnOPnogx7N
8th Nov2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/F7CkZojGzL
8th Nov2018: Villagers in Guinea say they lack proper access to clean water because of bauxite mining operations https://t.co/MFPXz5m8TF
8th Nov2018: “The Future of Capitalism” stands out because it is practical, blunt—and optimistic https://t.co/ao86faiPq6
8th Nov2018: Might Coca-cola contain cannabis in the future? https://t.co/Z9rnHFoK81
8th Nov2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/jbIY5sLnlZ
8th Nov2018: Why Italy’s budget has caused a European row https://t.co/WuqQeItvkG
8th Nov2018: Mormons are striving to revive their full name, but its making life tricky for choirs and book publishers https://t.co/gqlvdRTCPA
8th Nov2018: In this Chinese century, there are no permanent enmities nor friendships. It will not be a sentimental age https://t.co/PcbsjUWnj7
8th Nov2018: Why some metaphors are more persuasive—and more dangerous https://t.co/gbviIPvIu8
8th Nov2018: There are now more than 2m foreigners living in the country, twice as many as ten years ago, but still a small numb… https://t.co/gED6kAQazA
8th Nov2018: China is a one-party state with a billion more citizens than America, yet it has half a million fewer prisoners https://t.co/IqQcWfITeb
8th Nov2018: The demonisation of George Soros, a Jewish financier, and the way it has spread is one example of how Jew-hatred ke… https://t.co/0CoXnqUu5W
8th Nov2018: Almost everything in “Suspiria” is slower, quieter, gloomier and much less tense than the original https://t.co/388WEYd2jx
8th Nov2018: The average adult migrant from the European Economic Area yielded £2,370 more for the Treasury in 2017 than the ave… https://t.co/wgO3bv9FWw
8th Nov2018: A data-driven technology is giving doctors a winning edge in the battle against strokes https://t.co/5qfyNZusX9
8th Nov2018: Marx’s ideas—about monopolies, rent-seeking and casual labourers—are more relevant than they have been for decades https://t.co/4qmPCShAUX
8th Nov2018: Pursuing strong congressional oversight could be a means of avoiding a failed impeachment attempt https://t.co/8IqWHRCYwg
8th Nov2018: The band contributes to the perception of metal as a rather silly sideshow, something to be laughed at https://t.co/0joTSgcezX
8th Nov2018: The International Seabed Authority has issued 17 exploration licences for ore nodules, which are found on the ocean… https://t.co/YHUzMutfaA
8th Nov2018: The last time Australia suffered a recession, the Soviet Union still existed and the internet did not https://t.co/gsyRYbAkQ3
8th Nov2018: Democrats will pounce if special counsel Robert Mueller is prevented from continuing his work https://t.co/ksx90DtUo8
8th Nov2018: It is hard to reconcile the film’s tragic deaths, both animal and human, with the demand for trinkets and ineffectu… https://t.co/AmavI29PHV
8th Nov2018: Fortnite is getting pre-teens interested in fashion https://t.co/VQ1wshOOd8 From @1843mag
8th Nov2018: As people grow richer, they consume—and discard—more https://t.co/Z1SLnmWHAn
7th Nov2018: A first step, Paul Collier argues, is to reframe rights and responsibilities https://t.co/H3RKU16oeF
7th Nov2018: A zeal for oversight of the Trump administration will be a defining characteristic of the new Congress https://t.co/O8EtIIvghZ
7th Nov2018: Formulations of cannabis can be found in vape fluid, chocolate and wine https://t.co/8KX6vMbBJu
7th Nov2018: “No deal is better than a bad deal,” some Brexiteers claim. That would be true if Brexit were like buying a second-… https://t.co/H3t7gF5kHz
7th Nov2018: Democrats prepare to launch investigations into Donald Trump https://t.co/hbEZDIHUps
7th Nov2018: Brexiteers believed leaving the EU would be a cake walk. It will, in fact, be one of the hardest bureaucratic exerc… https://t.co/Y3ttuLjzj6
7th Nov2018: NATO is going through a military revival, but still faces a political malaise https://t.co/fao7rzx95Y
7th Nov2018: Dario Argento’s stylised Halloween shocker has been turned into a thoughtful and muted art-house drama https://t.co/gKZNyOt1s6
7th Nov2018: Strong welfare states are crucial for capitalism https://t.co/ld3tOmmTrm
7th Nov2018: Those involved in deep-sea mining hope it will turn into a multi-billion dollar industry https://t.co/oal4AzuI5L
7th Nov2018: It is hard to raise a smile at “Post-Apocalypto”, their new YouTube series, or at the album of the same name https://t.co/Up0mh0btwi
7th Nov2018: Australia has been able to stave off populism, but its MPs often take up pitchfork against their own leaders https://t.co/KyCA38Born
7th Nov2018: NATO holds its biggest exercises since the cold war https://t.co/oUw7xnLLoj
7th Nov2018: Mining the deep ocean will soon begin https://t.co/yHQuQ92VGa
7th Nov2018: The Australian government has been spending more on infrastructure in part to compensate for the mining bust https://t.co/wIYIQ31O71
7th Nov2018: A video analysis system can identify points of congestion by comparing the numbers of train passengers and platform… https://t.co/mpH6jpRzyM
7th Nov2018: A “blue wave” crashed over Republican territory in districts both light pink and crimson red. Our brief analysis of… https://t.co/ioy7SOmD24
6th Nov2018: “Big Brother” changed the definition of celebrity, and Britain’s relationship with it https://t.co/J2bfwu77iJ
6th Nov2018: In "China Dream", the might of the state rests on its erasure of history, private and public https://t.co/JdYjqg2CNC
6th Nov2018: Why spend $170m to be elected as governor of Illinois? https://t.co/CxauYDUwk0
6th Nov2018: Could “leak-free” period underwear replace tampons? @1843mag tries a few pairs on for size https://t.co/esqFho7jP5
6th Nov2018: How Charlie Brown and Snoopy stole our hearts https://t.co/6Ba1QrrUld From @1843mag
6th Nov2018: Who approves and who disapproves of the president? Explore our interactive charts https://t.co/dE1DY8D9hq
6th Nov2018: If a big blue wave washes over America on November 6th, a green wave of campaign cash will have been one of the fac… https://t.co/kI22n5UUJW
6th Nov2018: In a twist unique for its time, Madeline Pollard openly admitted her sexual transgression and cleverly took control… https://t.co/T6ni9bxeqk
6th Nov2018: The third season wisely loses the identikit Ninjas and the mystic mumbo-jumbo, and brings back trusty sidekicks https://t.co/uxmyxl7IaK
6th Nov2018: Jeremy Heywood saw his job as implementing the government’s agenda, rather than insinuating one of his own https://t.co/cMA8AYQOZS
6th Nov2018: The Democrats are harnessing military patriotism to mobilise new voters https://t.co/eTAhfo7x0K
6th Nov2018: John Magufuli is fostering a climate of fear in Tanzania https://t.co/3oac9bHPkk
6th Nov2018: Liberation theology was a call to place the locus of church life among the poor and marginalised instead of the eli… https://t.co/YwIlrRHJYr
6th Nov2018: Will Democrats’ fundraising edge help them flip the House? https://t.co/x0PTPQZ53w
6th Nov2018: WOW’s founder originally wanted to disrupt Icelandair’s way of doing business, not to team up with it https://t.co/oPaBAMeiBd
6th Nov2018: Whether the deal will be enough to keep the combined airline afloat in the longer term is questionable https://t.co/fd9SVyFSHf
6th Nov2018: More remarkable than how Donald Trump has rearranged the electorate is the degree to which he has not https://t.co/hdlCAsF0ND
6th Nov2018: AI can assess how many people are getting on or off a train so it can provide warnings of congestion https://t.co/iQ65E72JPZ
6th Nov2018: American voters head to the polls today for the much-anticipated mid-term elections. What is the likely outcome? An #ElectionDay Thread 👇
6th Nov2018: Farewell, “Big Brother” https://t.co/wxYXSHK8XU
6th Nov2018: A Chinese mission intends to drop a lander and a rover on the Moon’s far side for the first time https://t.co/bhA5ueJCrJ
6th Nov2018: Though it is yoked to the atrocities of the second world war, the name Adolf is not forbidden in Germany https://t.co/DTbz436933
6th Nov2018: Nearly one in five jobs is now part time. How can part-time workers be protected? https://t.co/W5zFy35YNB
6th Nov2018: Icelandair and WOW announce a merger https://t.co/ckr9obQXCb
6th Nov2018: Mr Vichai would fly over saffron-robed monks from Thailand to bless the players before kick-off at home games https://t.co/W68K8X7Jae
6th Nov2018: Mormons fight to be called by their full name https://t.co/yLP8851jBT
6th Nov2018: Governance in Africa has improved. But agricultural policy—like farming itself—is a messy business https://t.co/YGUdHDt3r8
6th Nov2018: America put export restrictions on a Chinese chip maker which the American government say poses a risk to “national… https://t.co/wihLLkVZks
6th Nov2018: In Texas, votes cast by those under 30 are nearly five times higher than for the 2014 mid-terms https://t.co/JwKQHwt2MW
6th Nov2018: Democrats currently lead Republicans by eight percentage points in the generic ballot—our model suggests it will ea… https://t.co/CBh2ffsRb7
6th Nov2018: Daphne Caruana Galizia was Malta’s most dogged and controversial journalist. Last year she was murdered. Why?… https://t.co/b9DMYcTfkd
6th Nov2018: The demonisation of George Soros, a Jewish financier, and the way it has spread is one example of how Jew-hatred ke… https://t.co/vK7fz9dp2c
6th Nov2018: Indigenous Australians live a decade less than other Australians, and their infant mortality rate is twice as high https://t.co/VANq88ea0A
6th Nov2018: He hovered rather than dominated. But Jeremy Heywood had a genius for making himself indispensable https://t.co/mOV8MeOiMN
6th Nov2018: Israel’s prime minister visits Oman, an Arab monarchy--and is welcomed https://t.co/KenFvKTnl0
6th Nov2018: Voter turnout for American Latinos lags about 20 percentage points behind that for white and African-American voters https://t.co/wk9jwTxCjS
6th Nov2018: The introduction of ride-sharing to a city seems to lead to a rise in fatal car accidents https://t.co/JdtJZR9n9o
6th Nov2018: Detainees were lectured on the perils of neoliberalism and the supposed threat of Western-sponsored revolutions https://t.co/AeRhVzeQGR
6th Nov2018: Brexiteers believed leaving the EU would be a cake walk. It will, in fact, be one of the hardest bureaucratic exerc… https://t.co/XaKYz6Xv0Z
6th Nov2018: Israel’s ties with the Gulf have been improving for years https://t.co/rRdBfzjJak
6th Nov2018: Obituary: Anthea Bell died on October 18th https://t.co/PBpmUGjbYq
6th Nov2018: America’s Justice Department has charged 10 Chinese nationals with conspiring to steal aviation technology https://t.co/49fDgOAaHb
6th Nov2018: What happened to liberation theology? https://t.co/dQnI9RTxcb
6th Nov2018: Donors increasingly use mobile-money transfers to send cash to poor people in war zones https://t.co/HDIK6jvXqG
6th Nov2018: The last time Australia suffered a recession, the Soviet Union still existed and the internet did not https://t.co/mEp0nyJoQe
6th Nov2018: Build your own American voter with different demographic variables and find out how she will vote in the mid-terms… https://t.co/XhcsJ2gxib
6th Nov2018: A Venezuelan opposition leader says his people are “saddened” that China is propping up their country’s dictatorship https://t.co/IIh2YLDJwO
6th Nov2018: A Venezuelan opposition leader says his people are “saddened” that China is propping up their country’s dictatorship https://t.co/Y76Qz6cXgh
6th Nov2018: A sell-off in shares of tech firms is prompted by slowing growth and falling profit forecasts https://t.co/J00hzTlHqk
6th Nov2018: The most vocal opponents of accepting the Yemenis are women under the age of 30 https://t.co/kvJJpw9xkS
6th Nov2018: The CDU’s next leader, chosen at a party conference in December, will also probably be its next choice of chancellor https://t.co/n9nlUmr5lh
6th Nov2018: Sanctions are already at maximum strength. America’s only other response to a new Iranian nuclear programme would b… https://t.co/425vVV0Rb1
6th Nov2018: Volt’s young leaders look good on television, and its bottom-up organisation is suited to an age of direct democracy https://t.co/61GUfpv6ZE
6th Nov2018: If you have ever been confused about exactly what Napoleon was doing in Russia in 1812, you are in good company. He… https://t.co/KTqcVE6Uat
6th Nov2018: Jack Black and Kyle Gass have taken a one-note joke, hammered it into the ground, then trampled all over it https://t.co/GuD0Ib4LRY
6th Nov2018: One resident describes Moria, a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, as “a small piece of hell” https://t.co/EIl36ytfII
6th Nov2018: “The Chinese are not buying in Brazil, they are buying Brazil,” complained Jair Bolsonaro https://t.co/znADnXugYP
6th Nov2018: America wants the Houthis to halt attacks on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, before the coalition stops… https://t.co/B9BI2yrHYl
6th Nov2018: The sketches are a kind of self-annotation, and some of them—melancholy, distilled—feel quintessentially Dylan https://t.co/fDIfTKXfse
6th Nov2018: It seems China has found it harder than expected to develop its own aircraft from scratch https://t.co/2uC1VcHfxX
6th Nov2018: Where is the geographic centre of the global economy? https://t.co/2FWehCZyaX
6th Nov2018: Around 160,000 migrants are currently in the Italian state’s reception system. Over 300,000 could be outside it https://t.co/SskMtBFUxD
6th Nov2018: China is a one-party state with a billion more citizens than America, yet it has half a million fewer prisoners https://t.co/pln79js0WQ
6th Nov2018: Few are given the chance to be unfunny across multiple disciplines. In that respect, if no other, Tenacious D are r… https://t.co/ZvfJ75s9Ch
5th Nov2018: The trend of increased involvement among young voters mirrors and surpasses one among the general population https://t.co/nsapnELs6I
5th Nov2018: Asia Bibi’s long detention and possible hanging had come to symbolise the inability of the state to stand up to rel… https://t.co/ufu2TPmfSr
5th Nov2018: Driverless cars could greatly reduce deaths and injuries from road accidents. But automated car technology still ha… https://t.co/BkJZ61WlUi
5th Nov2018: Australia has avoided populism and recession but its political system still has big problems https://t.co/mkVBGc3Axu
5th Nov2018: According to our analysis, the mid-terms could deliver the Democrats 7 gubernatorial victories and control of 23 st… https://t.co/yk1CBy9Flx
5th Nov2018: Premature mortality in poor areas still outstrips rates in rich ones. Blackpool sees twice as many premature deaths… https://t.co/Hp3BQNxynW
5th Nov2018: Australia is an expensive place to do business, but it still receives plenty of foreign investment https://t.co/HxKPCm16iK
5th Nov2018: Pachyrhynchus weevil larvae sail the eastern Pacific inside pieces of fruit https://t.co/aBChf8tKXQ
5th Nov2018: Boeing and Airbus dominate the global market for big civil aircraft. China has long dreamed of breaking their stran… https://t.co/Jhm1gXUcXZ
5th Nov2018: From the telegraph and radio to television and the internet, the idea of "peace through technology" has a long hist… https://t.co/qfZM83TcX8
5th Nov2018: Stockmarkets outside America have been struggling for months, and a common theme to the troubles is concern about C… https://t.co/UJFz8XSzjN
5th Nov2018: Lord Heywood had a genius for getting things done and making the mighty Whitehall machine move https://t.co/JF8LYpbOZp
5th Nov2018: Remembering Jeremy Heywood, Whitehall’s mover and shaker https://t.co/UKmGSSqnL5
5th Nov2018: What do Bob Dylan’s drawings reveal about his music? https://t.co/9qRuk4v31B
5th Nov2018: Last year South Korea received nearly 10,000 applications for asylum but accepted only 121 https://t.co/sbY5jN5Y32
5th Nov2018: Political parties are doing a lousy job of targeting Hispanic voters according to Bernard Fraga, a political scient… https://t.co/6oL8wDLXDm
5th Nov2018: The debate is not over the existence of a “blue wave” in the mid-term elections, but the extent of it https://t.co/bdCgNAlRfl
5th Nov2018: For fans of Laurel and Hardy, “Stan & Ollie” will evoke fond memories of comic brilliance https://t.co/SUQ6iJEjmK
5th Nov2018: The money race, which Democrats dominate, is a proxy for candidate quality and voter enthusiasm https://t.co/iutTsj7cvB
5th Nov2018: America accuses China of stealing aerospace trade secrets https://t.co/kPiy5p5i7M
5th Nov2018: A vast tar industry helped the Vikings to expand their maritime reach https://t.co/CqWm82io68
5th Nov2018: What to expect when you’re expecting election results https://t.co/Cd1oPV2JRM
5th Nov2018: China stands out for its willingness to invest in risky or corrupt places with few alternative sources of capital o… https://t.co/41nt606GV5
5th Nov2018: Efforts to target Latino voters—such as the use of bilingual advertising—can have a big impact on turnout https://t.co/tDfmScgpAN
5th Nov2018: Who is going to win the US mid-term elections? https://t.co/G3Cf9bUYqr
5th Nov2018: More than a third of recent leveraged loans in America have refinanced existing debt. No wonder many are concerned https://t.co/QDmnUmBfdx
5th Nov2018: Australia’s increasingly contentious politics risks undermining 30 years of incredible economic success https://t.co/1bZqXkXsjq
5th Nov2018: Early-voting figures show a surge in youth turnout https://t.co/XWsOrIEZUk
5th Nov2018: What would it take to make a white born-again Protestant a likely Democrat? https://t.co/FjKMf96RuC
5th Nov2018: Jew-hatred has never been wholly vanquished in the West, but defining anti-Semitism is difficult because it is so p… https://t.co/0SRGYUOuR6
5th Nov2018: After years of shares in tech firms soaring up, the trend has reversed in startling fashion https://t.co/nIMfNjL2MJ
5th Nov2018: The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty has its origins in the Euromissile crisis of the late 1970s and early… https://t.co/WirR26iaT6
5th Nov2018: Miserable drivers do not guarantee a successful strike, but in Mumbai, the organising power of unions is making a d… https://t.co/tfTfWAO9Xg
5th Nov2018: As Ma Jian takes an angry hatchet to one Chinese dream, he cherishes another: of a democratic nation with “minds an… https://t.co/kEphLbXUpo
5th Nov2018: If the Republicans lose the House, it will not be because Democrats filched many of their voters https://t.co/BvmEnENKy0
5th Nov2018: Marie Colvin thought female journalists distinguished themselves by focusing on people rather than the bang-bang https://t.co/qIIZWn31OQ
5th Nov2018: Donald Trump’s sanctions will not drive Iran’s oil exports down to zero. But they will inflict serious pain https://t.co/rk6jihTPsG
5th Nov2018: “No deal is better than a bad deal,” some Brexiteers claim. That would be true if Brexit were like buying a second-… https://t.co/G45TdpObSX
5th Nov2018: Around 1,200 young men were taken to a military camp for “lessons” about the constitution and the rule of law https://t.co/fUq0XgD6ue
5th Nov2018: Cash aid lets recipients choose what they want, and most use it wisely https://t.co/ubzBgAm4Fi
5th Nov2018: Few disabled people have fully accommodating workplaces https://t.co/O7gV7d0OIj
5th Nov2018: Asia Bibi, the ruling declares with Shakespearean flourish, was “more sinned against than sinning” https://t.co/XLVsLlWXGu
5th Nov2018: The need to find consensus can make it harder for a democracy to shoot up the Doing Business rankings https://t.co/eRLL0ERYjY
5th Nov2018: Why don’t Latinos vote? https://t.co/O4UWUsGQmR
5th Nov2018: New Caledonia holds a quarter of the world’s proven deposits of nickel and Kanak leaders have big stakes in several… https://t.co/hUOEopv5z5
5th Nov2018: Much of Malawi’s agricultural spending is swallowed up in a costly system of subsidies that lines the pockets of bu… https://t.co/1KjqLrNzo4
5th Nov2018: Many Chinese believe that tiger bone mixed with alcohol can cure arthritis and that rhino-horn powder can help in t… https://t.co/PZphMEm04L
5th Nov2018: The Olympic games, which Tokyo is hosting in 2020, could be a cue for Japan to come out in favour of marriage equal… https://t.co/mEbCBEgznL
5th Nov2018: Aromatherapy and swimming classes for pooches in Japan https://t.co/vqTKhZoboB
5th Nov2018: A study published this year found that nearly one in seven of respondents to a survey in China believed GM technolo… https://t.co/Dqd3lFdPyk
5th Nov2018: Sri Lanka’s Western allies and India are concerned that Mahinda Rajapaksa will steer the country back to a closer e… https://t.co/KEjDqoEfkq
5th Nov2018: Two Caribbean countries vote on a colonial court https://t.co/v2Msxqwht9
5th Nov2018: Ethiopia’s re-education camps are open again https://t.co/XYLOLKLAwX
5th Nov2018: An extraordinary number of Chinese people are going abroad—and then mostly returning. What impact will they have on… https://t.co/KaX3vzmaP4
5th Nov2018: Since 2000 Chinese direct investment in Brazil has amounted to nearly $50bn https://t.co/lzykoHU2Bb
5th Nov2018: The mid-terms and the youth vote https://t.co/G5ZcxTe0Ht
5th Nov2018: Luca Guadagnino’s homage to Dario Argento isn’t as far from “Call Me By Your Name” as you might assume https://t.co/nKMDWozLuW
5th Nov2018: Germany’s chancellor announces her resignation as party leader https://t.co/Lmc71wmvEt
5th Nov2018: Polls augur well for House Democrats https://t.co/Glr8ZeDkd0
5th Nov2018: What makes “Der Vorname” so funny is not its use of black comedy but its insight into family dynamics https://t.co/6gcUHPMFCu
5th Nov2018: Mumbai unions force Uber and Ola into a corner https://t.co/jOMZzn7bYa
5th Nov2018: Sri Lanka’s president installs his arch-enemy as prime minister https://t.co/zUIoZ2iS1d
5th Nov2018: Religion, race and gender can help predict voting preferences. See how each factor comes into play in our interacti… https://t.co/4gOHS2NkN6
5th Nov2018: Big Blue’s takeover of Red Hat could produce an über-cloud https://t.co/V5VnbKj0GE
5th Nov2018: In the great debate, on whether literary translators should be visible or not, Anthea Bell knew exactly where she s… https://t.co/6CFCX9BbXv
5th Nov2018: Iraq’s new prime minister inherits a better country https://t.co/IGnM3SMuHm
5th Nov2018: The new pan-EU party faces tremendous hurdles if it is to avoid a Volt farce https://t.co/0z8kIXTsc3
5th Nov2018: The magic of Laurel and Hardy is impossible to recapture entirely. Happily, it can be found in plenty of other movi… https://t.co/WB4oFBKupm
5th Nov2018: Norway for now—or never? https://t.co/xZoBnr8d2G
5th Nov2018: Napoleon’s journey from sublime to ridiculous https://t.co/vF97np0NSu
5th Nov2018: Marie Colvin trekked over a mountain range to escape from Chechnya in 1999. She lost an eye to a grenade in Sri Lan… https://t.co/yO5wlqdtnd
4th Nov2018: Why the mid-terms matter https://t.co/2ALThrmFGT
4th Nov2018: How flightless beetles wander the Pacific https://t.co/R5anJWarXM
4th Nov2018: He was neither demon nor deity, says Adam Zamoyski. He was a man, with great talents and great flaws, often intertw… https://t.co/WGIC2ZZ5Zb
4th Nov2018: Every seat in the House is up for grabs, but the real battle is fought in a small array of districts. Find out whic… https://t.co/8hBy1hoGoa
4th Nov2018: “Bringing Down the Colonel” is a valuable, timely addition to discussions of gender and power https://t.co/Bez2EAGYSJ
4th Nov2018: Mr Netanyahu’s visit, the first by an Israeli prime minister in over two decades, brings the countries’ ties into t… https://t.co/Z805QUjHdq
4th Nov2018: This season works because it sticks within its New York setting. There are some marvellous set pieces https://t.co/mtNgko5brc
4th Nov2018: It is important to combat misleading examples with better ones. This is hard, since people are attached to their ol… https://t.co/Ff0IuNrk75
4th Nov2018: Republican defeat in the House would encourage some Republicans to start putting forward a conservative alternative… https://t.co/gbFxabkNio
4th Nov2018: The band contributes to the perception of metal as a rather silly sideshow, something to be laughed at https://t.co/sGdDc0AwAk
4th Nov2018: Politicians have wrangled over housing since at least 1968. Council-home allocation inspired civil-rights marches t… https://t.co/JLdRDp5JWv
4th Nov2018: In the film, a character jokes that he is going to name his baby “Adolf”. Expressions change from amiable mirth to… https://t.co/Yyke3tJ8xU
4th Nov2018: Almost everything in “Suspiria” is slower, quieter, gloomier and much less tense than the original https://t.co/FfmpLeWYPc
4th Nov2018: In opposing Donald Trump the Democrats have found a unity of purpose and gush of talent https://t.co/2rPe7Mtpze
4th Nov2018: Unlike most other rich countries, Australia’s greenhouse-gas emissions are growing https://t.co/4MQzUq8Ju7
4th Nov2018: Congestion pricing would help tip the balance of ride-sharing back to an overall benefit https://t.co/MLJwqyxB7v
4th Nov2018: The PSDB looks far closer to extinction than its symbol, the toucan https://t.co/bmneUWx90L
4th Nov2018: Brexit or no Brexit, research suggests nationalist populism will be an important part of British politics for decad… https://t.co/4kJ0udcQ9j
4th Nov2018: Norway has started to introduce battery powered ferries https://t.co/XuJXE5hBbX
4th Nov2018: China has a large ageing population—by 2050 there could as many as 487m people over 60. Many are going back to scho… https://t.co/FoRySOZwVZ
4th Nov2018: Brent crude, oil extracted in the North Sea, is used to determine the value of 60% of oil on international markets https://t.co/PwWvMboyDU
4th Nov2018: Australia will continue to feel the benefits of the economic reforms of the 1980s and 1990s for years to come https://t.co/ChB64MAUIR
4th Nov2018: Only 3% of Australians claim indigenous ancestry, making it difficult for Aboriginals to influence government policy https://t.co/Ot5hpi51kO
4th Nov2018: Democrats are the clear favourites to take the House, but this is far from a sure thing https://t.co/QF3jbWbjiJ
4th Nov2018: Greece is scrambling to accommodate asylum-seekers on the mainland, but its efforts are outpaced by new arrivals https://t.co/Hc5L8sF7HZ
4th Nov2018: With winter setting in, leaving Italy through the Alps is a perilous undertaking https://t.co/Wslriqs4Go
4th Nov2018: If strikes in Mumbai force ride-hailing firms to negotiate, it will be one of the first times that industrial actio… https://t.co/R9mJmfNG8h
4th Nov2018: Emerging economies put a lot of work into getting higher scores in the Doing Business rankings https://t.co/bFsjwx8NRk
4th Nov2018: Voters in Antigua & Barbuda and Grenada will decide whether to use the Caribbean Court of Justice as their highest… https://t.co/lbP0qwbjMg
4th Nov2018: Jair Bolsonaro seems ready to hand vast authority to his economic guru, Paulo Guedes https://t.co/VZnh2CNuf3
4th Nov2018: California is already at war with the federal government. If Gavin Newsom becomes governor, it will heat up https://t.co/jBh0woXmGF
4th Nov2018: Around the eighth century, huge tar pits emerged at the same time sails arrived in Scandinavia https://t.co/F0jeQLbslq
4th Nov2018: What mattered was to spin the illusion that the books she translated had originally been written, even thought, in… https://t.co/PbNY6C8xcV
4th Nov2018: Much of Britain is unprepared for the impact of rising sea levels on its coastline https://t.co/LZng4AvmZX
4th Nov2018: A flaming speech by an Indian central banker has had incendiary effects https://t.co/T92nJEq6VU
4th Nov2018: Three of Michael D. Higgins’s rivals featured on the reality TV show “Dragon’s Den” https://t.co/GzZivqxdKS
4th Nov2018: California needs roughly 180,000 new housing units a year. Since 2008 fewer than 100,000 have been built annually https://t.co/YWUDwb6nZ6
4th Nov2018: Limiting birthright citizenship would undermine over a century’s worth of legal consensus https://t.co/fIHnnZgL3c
4th Nov2018: What happens next in financial markets depends a lot on China https://t.co/mWx2Zsui4b
4th Nov2018: Making trains run on time https://t.co/2LjZXHzfU3
4th Nov2018: “Memento Mori”, a new anthology of his music, illustrates the breadth of his oeuvre https://t.co/sng3i8nMai
4th Nov2018: Kepler, RIP https://t.co/AeQvhSPSD0
4th Nov2018: HBO will lead AT&T’s challenge to Netflix https://t.co/HnuQmwhRwq
4th Nov2018: How to forecast an American’s vote https://t.co/ERg2oYbcIT
4th Nov2018: “The Chinese are not buying in Brazil, they are buying Brazil,” complained Jair Bolsonaro https://t.co/Y0h3GCFoX9
4th Nov2018: KAL’s cartoon https://t.co/m1f965m44C
4th Nov2018: Watchdogs are worrying about a booming corporate-credit market https://t.co/Ir9njNRRcb
4th Nov2018: Rising sea levels threaten Britain’s shores https://t.co/cIKUbhOWFh
4th Nov2018: How 500 Yemeni refugees in a Korean resort sparked protests https://t.co/K6tzgzP2mw
4th Nov2018: The path to economic development is growing more treacherous, again https://t.co/5p15fayeTj
4th Nov2018: Declining standards in the corporate-credit market have watchdogs worried https://t.co/T13V2c4aKV
4th Nov2018: A hint of hope for a ceasefire in Yemen https://t.co/9Izo4UEUlO
4th Nov2018: America turns the screws on Iran https://t.co/8ZhWho0X67
4th Nov2018: In this Chinese century, there are no permanent enmities nor friendships. It will not be a sentimental age https://t.co/onS0W4ReFR
4th Nov2018: Cash is replacing other forms of aid, even in conflict zones https://t.co/DRQTBuHAqg
4th Nov2018: The government rescinded visa-free travel to Jeju island for people from Yemen and several other mainly Muslim coun… https://t.co/58xRVAkD2H
4th Nov2018: Last year the armed forces reported that over half the candidates in one city had failed basic physical tests (it b… https://t.co/K0RBXtjICG
4th Nov2018: China should re-learn Deng Xiaoping’s self-knowledge, or risk divides too wide for any bridge https://t.co/598r52AnM8
4th Nov2018: The demise of Brazil’s great centrist party https://t.co/BtId47pkpJ
4th Nov2018: Vladimir Putin, Viktor Orban and other strongmen are muzzling the media. But a free press should be defended https://t.co/dV9y0yKrEe
4th Nov2018: Pay for drivers working for ride-hailing firms in Mumbai has been cut drastically in recent months https://t.co/dkH78TVD8R
4th Nov2018: A path out of the West’s malaise https://t.co/dNNRnGq4jI
4th Nov2018: Angela Merkel will step down as CDU party leader in December https://t.co/3uV45SnLJF
4th Nov2018: China waters down its ban on the use of tiger and rhino parts https://t.co/wP5AAeRsmM
4th Nov2018: The Trump cult https://t.co/pBKuxh9mjk
4th Nov2018: Big Tech’s sell-off https://t.co/wcuDCAPIut
4th Nov2018: Africa is unlikely to enjoy similar increases in agricultural yields to other countries if its governments are obst… https://t.co/Ty0pXtZOHk
4th Nov2018: America’s demands on Iran amount to a change of the regime’s entire security doctrine—not simply halting its nuclea… https://t.co/gNV83hll4C
4th Nov2018: If the nuclear deal falls apart Iran may take its weapons programme underground, away from international inspectors… https://t.co/fhiTgNvOfz
4th Nov2018: If you have not heard of Barry Adamson, you will surely have heard Barry Adamson https://t.co/ffmn9jDzl0
4th Nov2018: Paul Collier longs for a cultural awakening. Yet the question left hanging is whether the old virtues still appeal https://t.co/tdEsHIW7BW
4th Nov2018: Build your own American voter with different demographic variables and find out how she will vote in the mid-terms… https://t.co/Dnw2QVrz1W
4th Nov2018: Germany’s dissatisfaction with Angela Merkel is not so much to do with her policies, as how politics is carried out https://t.co/ITDD18qDkv
3rd Nov2018: Every part of translation pleased her. Best of all, she was bringing great authors forward to seduce new eyes and m… https://t.co/doqo245umB
3rd Nov2018: A first step, Paul Collier argues, is to reframe rights and responsibilities https://t.co/Gs1dKcPAcd
3rd Nov2018: America has backed the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels for more than three years. Now it wants a truce https://t.co/pHYIautbkC
3rd Nov2018: Some 60-plus countries have big government units dedicated to helping them rise up the Doing Business rankings https://t.co/qByIpPBBRF
3rd Nov2018: The good news, for those who persevered through the second season, is that the third is the best of them all https://t.co/aTPMprJuSt
3rd Nov2018: Many detainees were surprised not to be beaten while being subject to “lessons” in a military camp https://t.co/TAKIRgwBNf
3rd Nov2018: Thanks to Mr Vichai, two years ago Leicester City won the English Premier League, beating odds of 5,000 to one https://t.co/xeSo0GPFlz
3rd Nov2018: Donald Trump has condemned anti-semitism. But, knowingly or not, he has made use of anti-semitic tropes https://t.co/OXzLGycRxg
3rd Nov2018: Despite Republicans’ hope that Donald Trump will “dial it down a bit”, most remain strongly supportive https://t.co/dJ4KCVWumv
3rd Nov2018: The actors capture the pair’s dynamic well, with Steve Coogan a prim and skittish Laurel and John C. Reilly boister… https://t.co/NiSxhSfzCX
3rd Nov2018: The Committee on Climate Change predicts flooding in England alone will cost £370m a year in property damage by 2080 https://t.co/8MBNRqyjOx
3rd Nov2018: When Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro falls, some critics predict a painful reckoning for his Chinese paymasters https://t.co/zVyWZSFaSt
3rd Nov2018: In one technological realm, China appears less eager to surpass America: the development of genetically modified fo… https://t.co/495ZMfEnLY
3rd Nov2018: In an ideal environment, author Kat Holmes says all the elements of a workplace should be accessible https://t.co/4U2Nnq3guK
3rd Nov2018: How is it that California can be the poorest, and one of the richest, states at the same time? https://t.co/SsruoRAMVx
3rd Nov2018: Spanish Flu killed at least 50m people in the 20th century. How did it spread? https://t.co/G07vjU72mU
3rd Nov2018: When leadership is required, neither the EU nor the world should welcome a prolonged period of Teutonic paralysis https://t.co/RYIGaLYBys
3rd Nov2018: In "China Dream", the might of the state rests on its erasure of history, private and public https://t.co/46jKWcsYpY
3rd Nov2018: Baby names serve as a sort of barometer of cultural and social trends https://t.co/4empFwVpHY
3rd Nov2018: Vikings mixed tar with pigments to give sails colour and offer protection from damaging ultraviolet rays https://t.co/egIlTvZAIG
3rd Nov2018: It is cheaper overall to give cash aid than to deliver sacks of stuff https://t.co/MJuNk6OGKB
3rd Nov2018: Moldova stands between Britain and a global public-projects market worth $1.7trn a year https://t.co/kk9gX5CoiO
3rd Nov2018: AMLO sends all the wrong messages https://t.co/15AjoVJhQy https://t.co/0nvL2tjmVb
3rd Nov2018: The visit took months of secret negotiations, handled by the chief of Israel’s spy agency https://t.co/AaTa2cd4Jz
3rd Nov2018: Marie Colvin was spurred to go further than her peers primarily because she thought she could make a difference thr… https://t.co/OLQCox5mKD
3rd Nov2018: The Greek government argues that asylum-seekers should be distributed more evenly among the EU’s member states https://t.co/1JrRSCugrf
3rd Nov2018: Donald Trump wants to end birthright citizenship in America, but he may not be able to https://t.co/v8EI5tNkLN
3rd Nov2018: Pachyrhynchus weevil larvae are responsible for the wide spread of their species in the eastern Pacific https://t.co/nAE7Hdc9Zj
3rd Nov2018: Brexit is far more like a divorce than a financial deal. Separating will be painful, with assets wasted and childre… https://t.co/olz1TQJIWu
3rd Nov2018: Shares in Asia and Europe have more room to grow than those in America, but are more reliant on the Chinese market… https://t.co/EQnX8VMuPW
3rd Nov2018: In Japan, listed firms are using shareholder funds more effectively. That might interest investors https://t.co/gHsGqWEyFt
3rd Nov2018: The demonisation of George Soros, a Jewish financier, and the way it has spread is one example of how Jew-hatred ke… https://t.co/giAH9Mefbc
3rd Nov2018: Successful Irish presidents have seldom faced much opposition when they sought re-election https://t.co/DL8UHVbPb5
3rd Nov2018: Some shipping companies hope to reduce emissions by returning to wind propulsion https://t.co/ugT8tZCZ92
3rd Nov2018: Belfast’s Catholics wait longer for homes than Protestants https://t.co/03NHVAV04T
3rd Nov2018: Where does your country sit in the world rankings? Download the World in Figures app to find out… https://t.co/TIkSYzn5gz
3rd Nov2018: Starting in late 2015, France, Austria and Switzerland tightened border controls, causing a build-up of migrants in… https://t.co/aXPXB2KD7o
3rd Nov2018: Think of China as a giant sub-prime lender in Latin America https://t.co/8bKwf3ZRqI
3rd Nov2018: The ruling deems the claim that Asia Bibi committed blasphemy to be “concoction incarnate” https://t.co/SgueZ2I8lY
3rd Nov2018: Ranil Wickremesinghe’s opponents have begun poaching his MPs with offers of cabinet posts and other inducements https://t.co/eH3VMjH5g7
3rd Nov2018: Jew-hatred keeps mutating to survive https://t.co/aEqbZNuKBe
3rd Nov2018: In a twist unique for its time, Madeline Pollard openly admitted her sexual transgression and cleverly took control… https://t.co/pJatY94R7L
3rd Nov2018: China’s public worries pointlessly about GM food https://t.co/X38GJejtZP
3rd Nov2018: The third season wisely loses the identikit Ninjas and the mystic mumbo-jumbo, and brings back trusty sidekicks https://t.co/LU3TejXSqo
3rd Nov2018: It is hard to raise a smile at “Post-Apocalypto”, their new YouTube series, or at the album of the same name https://t.co/yigX7vLZew
3rd Nov2018: Are the Democrats a serious threat to Donald Trump, or not? https://t.co/wRgfG6D8vq
3rd Nov2018: Anthea Bell was determined to “carry across” into English as many jokes, and learned digs, as she could https://t.co/ixgj7A667T
3rd Nov2018: A cost-benefit analysis of Uber might show it as less impressive than economists think https://t.co/9KwYnKWFKw
3rd Nov2018: Even if some governments try to game the Doing Business rankings, the blame surely lies with the governments rather… https://t.co/ZoB2fQqJ7s
3rd Nov2018: The problem with European parties is that there aren’t any, explains Volt’s policy chief https://t.co/yJc1RKs8qZ
3rd Nov2018: What would it take to make a white born-again Protestant a likely Democrat? https://t.co/gjsEyPGFnu
3rd Nov2018: In 1894, Madeline Pollard hauled William Breckinridge into court, demanding damages for his failure to marry her as… https://t.co/y50S5ECh3P
3rd Nov2018: Our predictive model shows that the Democrats will probably win back the House next week https://t.co/q6fOmXPZ2V
3rd Nov2018: If you have ever been confused about exactly what Napoleon was doing in Russia in 1812, you are in good company. He… https://t.co/wwuC74AzYP
3rd Nov2018: Although the rise of BRIC nations up the Doing Business rankings looks impressive, some game the system https://t.co/o0XVKownaX
3rd Nov2018: Why some metaphors are more persuasive—and more dangerous https://t.co/wH1KlxhgA9
3rd Nov2018: Tech giants have seen their shares sink dramatically in the past two months https://t.co/CK3HZ73ZDL
3rd Nov2018: Financial watchdogs fear the booming market of loans to highly indebted companies https://t.co/GQ8VDIWIFW
3rd Nov2018: Madeline Pollard understood spin. She reframed the tale of a fallen woman into one of duplicity https://t.co/vLvaNumMrO
3rd Nov2018: Luca Guadagnino has thought seriously about the ways in which dance, witchcraft, Nazism and a “divided Berlin” migh… https://t.co/CEoClRvDEd
3rd Nov2018: Which country has more landline telephones than people? Find the answer to this question and discover other facts b… https://t.co/x2glRoMtA1
3rd Nov2018: Binyamin Netanyahu’s visit makes Oman a potential interlocutor between Israel and Iran https://t.co/IKSePsf8H4
2nd Nov2018: Jack Black and Kyle Gass have taken a one-note joke, hammered it into the ground, then trampled all over it https://t.co/o2hneBgLcX
2nd Nov2018: New finds suggest that a vast industry making tar emerged at the beginning of the Viking era https://t.co/2st2MN17KY
2nd Nov2018: Worldwide, violence against Jews has fallen since 2014, but the Pittsburgh murders are a stark reminder of the thre… https://t.co/i90pNR56xI
2nd Nov2018: Xi Jinping hopes to show that China welcomes its transformation into an import superpower https://t.co/Gyw676XdZs
2nd Nov2018: Many Californian renters are spending a third of their income on rent. Why not introduce price-controls? https://t.co/xNgu8thOP8
2nd Nov2018: Attacks by liberal journalists confirm that, in the eyes of his voters, Donald Trump has the right enemies https://t.co/vbm02cnkP6
2nd Nov2018: In the great debate, on whether literary translators should be visible or not, Anthea Bell knew exactly where she s… https://t.co/WcLeoZk8QI
2nd Nov2018: A large majority of those who sexually abuse children are white men https://t.co/JLTxWXtdpw
2nd Nov2018: Religion, race and gender can help predict voting preferences. See how each factor comes into play in our interacti… https://t.co/vC6Ff6V8PE
2nd Nov2018: The problems blamed for the rise of populism around the world scarcely exist in Australia https://t.co/OIc7Er6HW7
2nd Nov2018: Thanks to newly available data, our best guess for the Democrats’ final seat total has risen from 222 seats to 229… https://t.co/wvfdriw6uH
2nd Nov2018: Both Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly are accustomed to portraying comic—but slightly tragic—figures https://t.co/lse6N66iQv
2nd Nov2018: “The Future of Capitalism” stands out because it is practical, blunt—and optimistic https://t.co/3vBxBv3UUv
2nd Nov2018: Some believe that the distant Privy Council acts as a check on two powerful prime ministers https://t.co/2TwLTw07mu
2nd Nov2018: An old theory that says flightless beetles in the Pacific island-hop via air bubbles has been overthrown https://t.co/MJN9N6kar9
2nd Nov2018: In the past, presidents sought to unify in the face of political violence. Donald Trump called for unity, then atta… https://t.co/9upejfZXqG
2nd Nov2018: The ambitious reforms that have made Australia the most successful rich economy are getting rarer https://t.co/uxszmSqqFx
2nd Nov2018: One in twenty new universal credit claims have not been paid in full, even after the requisite five-week waiting pe… https://t.co/itZrFxajzV
2nd Nov2018: His socialism may seems at odds with a state that has traditionally been ruled by centre-right parties https://t.co/Qp25YzAUu3
2nd Nov2018: About 3% of man-made emissions of carbon dioxide comes from shipping https://t.co/1ZWNNLprCW
2nd Nov2018: Could “leak-free” period underwear replace tampons? @1843mag try a few pairs on for size https://t.co/98LlvlpjaY
2nd Nov2018: Turkey, the world’s leading jailer of journalists, can claim credit for exposing a journalist’s murder https://t.co/zPG2bWP4Qi
2nd Nov2018: Fast fashion comes with a steep environmental price tag https://t.co/vgOM58HJ10
1st Nov2018: Iranian oil sales will be at least 1m barrels per day below their peak by the year’s end https://t.co/8Trs6Wmrbi
1st Nov2018: Some voters say leaving the jurisdiction of the Privy Council will cast off a remnant of colonial rule https://t.co/w9qiMSYMe4
1st Nov2018: The worst part of life in Moria, a camp for asylum-seekers on the Greek island of Lesbos, is the waiting, says one… https://t.co/ipdTqZNHat
1st Nov2018: Teodoro Petkoff, a Venezuelan journalist, former guerrilla leader and presidential candidate, has died. Read our pr… https://t.co/TR45Qs8WXF
1st Nov2018: While greater energy efficiency benefits consumers, it also makes energy cheaper and might increase demand https://t.co/NYjHbGhxlb
1st Nov2018: A once-great Brazilian party, the PSDB, is all but dead https://t.co/I59kMFqCn7
1st Nov2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/SACsWy0Umk
1st Nov2018: Volt’s meeting of 450 delegates in Amsterdam was a sea of youthful optimism and multilingual policy wonkery https://t.co/j5pM6Og9vk
1st Nov2018: Bad results for the Democrats in next week’s mid-term elections might launch the party into a civil war https://t.co/1lqQy1Nr60
1st Nov2018: Angela Merkel said she was “willing” to remain chancellor until 2021, but she may not be able to do so https://t.co/Kij3taAoLW
1st Nov2018: The justices consider class-action awards that pay plaintiffs nothing https://t.co/5prdURat8T
1st Nov2018: The war in Yemen has become indefensible. The death toll may be as high as 60,000 and 8m people are in danger of st… https://t.co/9swhYoARpl
1st Nov2018: Trains are more often delayed by the behaviour of passengers than by the inefficiency of operators https://t.co/30lXbLpRc0
1st Nov2018: America will not mend its politics in a single election. Democratic control of the House, however, would be a start https://t.co/49ndmNMx1a
1st Nov2018: Though markets cheered his election, Jair Bolsonaro reminded Brazilians who value democracy why they fear him https://t.co/EJeOn1G0Sb
1st Nov2018: Donald Trump hopes sanctions will force Iran to negotiate. Instead, the regime may calculate that it needs the bomb… https://t.co/YNQzXTxWeG
1st Nov2018: What makes “Der Vorname” so funny is not its use of black comedy but its insight into family dynamics https://t.co/ARk3ktuwvu
1st Nov2018: Half of all clothes are thrown away within one year Supported by @Woolmark https://t.co/Nfilaq0vJR
1st Nov2018: This week’s cartoon from KAL https://t.co/RNxwU6K0UT
1st Nov2018: Hillary Clinton won 60.5% of the vote in Maryland. But the Republican governor, Larry Hogan, has a significant lead… https://t.co/B8CUB5AZtp
1st Nov2018: A feeling of threatened status—whether white, Christian or male—is a stronger predictor of support for Donald Trump… https://t.co/muiHc6HEdx
1st Nov2018: A healthier economy and a buoyant job market has helped Japanese stocks rise https://t.co/2lAGb6Lvpd
1st Nov2018: Is ethical investing an excuse for investors to put all of their money in Scandinavia? https://t.co/Wxgu7KL5S3
1st Nov2018: The Saudis want to move on. Mr Erdogan seems to desire the opposite. Where does this end, and what is at stake? https://t.co/fkLEYwLchp
1st Nov2018: Must we have more Tenacious D? https://t.co/cPxNB4Ql9m
1st Nov2018: With the exception of criminals, the only group to use £50 in any number are tourists https://t.co/H1101zYBtl
1st Nov2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/MUG1BKvpfh
1st Nov2018: The growing popularity of young trendy churches rankle with Church of England vicars who talk of a takeover https://t.co/RAMRhTbDpz
1st Nov2018: Attachment to Christianity seems strongest in places where the faith is on the rebound after being curbed by commun… https://t.co/2uCHMDLaiC
1st Nov2018: How the killing of Jamal Khashoggi affects Turkish-Saudi relations https://t.co/51ZkZpIfUZ
1st Nov2018: With Chinese stocks, it is more valuable to scrutinise government actions than to bother with the market itself https://t.co/gIX6WG5v8w
1st Nov2018: Brexiteers believed leaving the EU would be a cake walk. It will, in fact, be one of the hardest bureaucratic exerc… https://t.co/8di0c8PnDe
1st Nov2018: Under James Mattis, the defence secretary, America has accelerated the demise of Islamic State in Syria https://t.co/f1WzGMkZEe
1st Nov2018: Breakfast has resisted globalisation, until now https://t.co/LComKcmn2f From @1843mag
1st Nov2018: Sulphur emissions from ships cause acid rain and air pollution, but also have a net cooling effect on global warming https://t.co/lDBLPz83DZ
1st Nov2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/FDl83m3lxK
1st Nov2018: The incomes of the poorest Californians fell in real terms between 1963 and 2017 https://t.co/xxZlNmgNBq
1st Nov2018: What will the next recession look like, and how should the world prepare? Our economics columnist @ryanavent consid… https://t.co/WWRwD3S7Ip
1st Nov2018: America has Quincy Jones and the late Isaac Hayes; Britain has Barry Adamson https://t.co/e8BV8VN7xp
1st Nov2018: So far, the AI labour market has been controlled by a small number of mostly white men, employed by the tech giants https://t.co/copKCZez42
1st Nov2018: It is a vigorous, exhilarating performance over one unbroken hour. Just watching it can feel exhausting https://t.co/VWb1K4vby0
1st Nov2018: Value investors hope to be rewarded for being out of step with everyone else most of the time https://t.co/I720PhxE1o
1st Nov2018: Only 47% of Aboriginals have a post-school qualification, compared to 73% of the non-indigenous population https://t.co/avn9e4HIHE
1st Nov2018: New F4 are actors-turned-musicians with pebble-smooth chins and artful coifs (the “f” is short for “flower”) https://t.co/TDtUBsAzCS
1st Nov2018: “If you want to solve the obesity problem, you have to solve the inequality problem first” https://t.co/Nlb8xTgApz
1st Nov2018: As swine-rearing modernises, Chinese internet firms go into pigsties https://t.co/iMDYQzMynR
1st Nov2018: Can the Democrats take back the House of Representatives from the Republicans? https://t.co/x2bDaSidSh
1st Nov2018: The film’s failures hint at the difficulties of retelling a life that is already cherished by so many fans https://t.co/cw2JB5zsD3
1st Nov2018: China is a one-party state with a billion more citizens than America, yet it has half a million fewer prisoners https://t.co/TYCBRwr0Kz
1st Nov2018: A question recurs in Ms Maclean’s work: why does technology seem to expose humanity’s basest instincts? https://t.co/LHJuTnrJYL
1st Nov2018: Investors in value stocks have fared badly in the past decade. A select few can endure it https://t.co/V52uvq3XlU
1st Nov2018: How a female weaver defied the male-dominated art world https://t.co/64T4wtCIpd From @1843mag
1st Nov2018: Japanese stocks look ready to interest investors again https://t.co/uawN4ZljUY
1st Nov2018: Former prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major have floated the possibility of a referendum on the final Brexit d… https://t.co/tYwIluccp5
1st Nov2018: Where is the geographic centre of the global economy? https://t.co/aGG4ygBWIK
1st Nov2018: The piece is based on the experience of 1m Indian soldiers, now largely forgotten, who served in the British army d… https://t.co/VZnPKGyUm0
1st Nov2018: What, if anything, remains of the original Gaelic belief in evil spirits? https://t.co/ftpf0T8NXC
1st Nov2018: Letting Earth warm beyond 1.5°C presents a serious danger to humans and other species, the report found https://t.co/SkI9oK3yBw
1st Nov2018: After the war, Italian bigwigs exalted the role of the Jews’ defenders while minimising that of their persecutors https://t.co/cH4V4wcWhW
1st Nov2018: The impulse to fuse religion and nationality makes it harder for an outsider to become part of a national family https://t.co/79noEtl7RE
1st Nov2018: About 30% of travellers face conundrums about where to store their bags. Perhaps not for much longer https://t.co/LwmuhETwVT
1st Nov2018: It turns Queen’s story into a hackneyed tale of a band that suffers creative differences and yet still produces gre… https://t.co/RqVIcrYxOt
1st Nov2018: Some tourists go searching for a spookier sort of fun. In places such as Salem, Massachusetts, dark tourism is boom… https://t.co/e4QAQljbTf
1st Nov2018: “The Red and the Blue” shows readers how America got to where it is today https://t.co/tEcPYaRCuC
1st Nov2018: “Memento Mori”, a new anthology of his music, illustrates the breadth of his oeuvre https://t.co/CL3u1o8KiM
1st Nov2018: The strange dream-worlds demand that the viewer think more critically about the future of new technologies https://t.co/mgL10IMP8W
1st Nov2018: The brand of identity politics deployed by Donald Trump is more potent than the identity politics of the left https://t.co/hy1R2arnBX
1st Nov2018: Melting permafrost is causing landslides and avalanches in Longyearbyen, a town on the archipelago of Svalbard in N… https://t.co/EK8nQnuuqz
31st Oct2018: There are a slew of companies competing to gain supremacy in the luggage-storage market https://t.co/neywAJxnR4
31st Oct2018: There were at least two periods when Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis interbred, resulting in lasting benefit… https://t.co/sXqE4BAO5J
31st Oct2018: American institutions claim 16 of the top 20 spots in our 2018 ranking of full-time MBA programmes. But European co… https://t.co/MmccWD8Vtm
31st Oct2018: Some 15% of Americans surveyed reckoned that they had caught sight of a ghost https://t.co/Q7VDdcSaCp
31st Oct2018: Asian men in England seem to be particularly over-represented in some forms of group-based sexual abuse https://t.co/smxxmcfJdg
31st Oct2018: “A Halloween Special” starring Bashar al-Assad, Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin https://t.co/46DO6VKanx
31st Oct2018: “How do you know she is a witch?” https://t.co/I4tIPqrFWp
31st Oct2018: The bag-storage industry is taking off https://t.co/LHNY5YUK59
31st Oct2018: America’s fertility rate continues its deep decline https://t.co/EDNaBTISNu
31st Oct2018: IBM hopes the deal will help it catch up in the cloud computing market https://t.co/dVh80U2RxW
31st Oct2018: A new crop of startups aims to give travellers a place to store their bags https://t.co/vzZPODINIr
31st Oct2018: How Edward Hopper inspired the Hollywood haunted house https://t.co/iPvFPuOqbv From @1843mag
31st Oct2018: Pagan beliefs persist in the New World https://t.co/wA589f7GDQ
31st Oct2018: Who is going to win the US mid-term elections? https://t.co/GlIC1YKDAd
31st Oct2018: Last year, nearly 3,000 cars were armour-plated in Mexico and over 15,000 in Brazil https://t.co/Xur17d09vh
31st Oct2018: Identity politics are stronger on the right than the left https://t.co/cnk1qoxvqj
31st Oct2018: “Der Vorname” probes the politics of nomenclature https://t.co/WfGoilTetz
31st Oct2018: Pakistan’s Supreme Court acquits a woman accused of blasphemy https://t.co/PqLgZM0BbJ
31st Oct2018: In the 1980s, asset prices in Japan were sky high. Then came the fall. Now, Japanese stocks are creeping back into… https://t.co/l68JODC34X
31st Oct2018: Better understanding of the far side of the moon will affect governments’ and private plans for sending people to t… https://t.co/rKBl31bEol
31st Oct2018: Japan’s stockmarket is poised for a comeback https://t.co/eGyGLFVz1b
31st Oct2018: Christian nativist feeling is at its strongest in small countries in Europe’s eastern half https://t.co/d0JmFCQ5aF
31st Oct2018: For all its economic success, Australia is suffering from a political malaise https://t.co/JzOiAg3bZl
31st Oct2018: East Europeans see faith as a gateway to nationality https://t.co/VpuuEehKWR
31st Oct2018: Universal credit was conceived as a more generous system than the one it replaced. Instead, the government has come… https://t.co/0ymxBLmnHK
31st Oct2018: Tonight, witches, ghouls and ghosts will roam the streets of America in search of candy. But how did Halloween come… https://t.co/nZpnXG2jQy
31st Oct2018: The 300,000-strong Amish are almost politically irrelevant. Only one in ten eligible Amish voters goes to the polls https://t.co/RVTEnPtlGF
31st Oct2018: Firms like YouTube and Facebook are at risk of becoming “ministries of truth”–arbiters of what billions of people d… https://t.co/0zI2XaN2TI
31st Oct2018: Longyearbyen is the world’s northernmost town, but climate change is threatening the livelihoods of its few residen… https://t.co/OkfYBjNOvk
31st Oct2018: For many bosses, the most unpredictable things that happen in business come when they open their mouths https://t.co/GaKmJLFn95
31st Oct2018: Where is the geographic centre of the global economy? https://t.co/S2rmS2cezi
31st Oct2018: Anglo-Saxon England was an outward-looking, cosmopolitan country with a highly developed economy https://t.co/MSGOUCeg6o From @1843mag
31st Oct2018: Could biogas be the solution to mounting faeces on Mount Everest? https://t.co/qxW5eWtzYJ
31st Oct2018: Cheap flights have made air travel available to the masses. But the crowding of destinations brings costs to locals https://t.co/dPv5lZ9qS0
31st Oct2018: The deal helps IBM counter the prevailing narrative of the company as an IT has-been https://t.co/Y5WVEiXeAY
31st Oct2018: Which countries are the biggest users of nuclear power? Read the World in Figures https://t.co/w6ZlnvSCGf https://t.co/yoSuqtbpSH
31st Oct2018: Why executive dating—for business partners—makes sense https://t.co/reVIPT4Oey
31st Oct2018: Other oil benchmarks such as West Texas Intermediate and Shanghai crude futures are vying for importance https://t.co/i4H0azAE3G
31st Oct2018: Some 80% of those living below the California Poverty Measure are in households with at least one person in work https://t.co/y9yo43VS6r
31st Oct2018: Alibaba is monitoring pigs using cameras to track activity and data to draw up exercise regimes https://t.co/D51KogMDNE
31st Oct2018: Making the world more energy efficient might not be good for the planet https://t.co/yKTHBHt55a
31st Oct2018: After 13 years, the age of Angela Merkel is clearly drawing to a close https://t.co/Wk8QuJIuZz
31st Oct2018: Many Hong Kongers are not sure what it is for https://t.co/6IehU3ybrN
31st Oct2018: The two teams have played just one series against one another since 2008, when Pakistani terrorists killed 166 peop… https://t.co/l5rHNxVoU9
31st Oct2018: Mr Trump has encouraged Republican congressional candidates to embrace him. Mr Fitzpatrick has sprinted the other w… https://t.co/FElYFdsrl1
31st Oct2018: If Theresa May settles on an extended transition period it will be easier to claim that Northern Ireland-only backs… https://t.co/6iojOVXbfu
31st Oct2018: Pain for Chinese exporters will spread to their suppliers in Asia, such as chipmakers in South Korea https://t.co/8315uxiDhK
31st Oct2018: Why the far side of the moon is so unknown https://t.co/aVyZs0TzSD
31st Oct2018: Amazon is intent on expanding into another new field—this time, it is digital advertising https://t.co/hoQ4h23woN
31st Oct2018: In a "monopsony", such as a mining town with only one mine, firms can offer wages below market rate. Should regulat… https://t.co/pvVY0FSQyv
31st Oct2018: Marina Vaizey, an art critic, says that “it is one of those exhibitions that, with hindsight, one sees changed the… https://t.co/4SuLJwWUnE
31st Oct2018: Many rich countries have seen wages stagnate for decades. Australia’s have grown strongly, though less steadily in… https://t.co/0Bu2S38Vxo
31st Oct2018: The actors capture the pair’s dynamic well, with Steve Coogan a prim and skittish Laurel and John C. Reilly boister… https://t.co/aDpuFh5JV3
31st Oct2018: A dazzling memoir about growing up in Syria, and other must-read books from around the world https://t.co/7pabB6mWXx From @1843mag
31st Oct2018: A mountain of poo is posing problems for tourists and locals alike https://t.co/OY7BWmFKBe
31st Oct2018: Tourists increasingly flock to the same places. Thank the rise of "bucket lists" and the hunt for the perfect Insta… https://t.co/f0JWbMi97M
31st Oct2018: Why the centre of global economic gravity is now in Siberia https://t.co/rVyHXDQiEO
31st Oct2018: A Fitzpatrick loss would suggest that strong bipartisan credentials offer no protection against a partisan electora… https://t.co/xwlYWADk7d
31st Oct2018: Five races to watch in America’s mid-term elections https://t.co/01AUGur4za
30th Oct2018: Italians took part in the arrest of 2,210 Jews; 1,898 arrests were made by Italians alone https://t.co/wXoNonbQzI
30th Oct2018: Open-source software is the big winner of the merger between IBM and Red Hat https://t.co/v81I0Qeh8n
30th Oct2018: The last time Australia suffered a recession, the Soviet Union still existed and the internet did not https://t.co/OkNnTRP1xZ
30th Oct2018: Breakfast is the most conservative meal of the day in all cultures https://t.co/HBdA5l5UvY From @1843mag
30th Oct2018: First hosted in 1981, Mr Rosenthal’s new “New Spirit” show begs the question of painting’s place in contemporary ar… https://t.co/X7c1Hu8l4v
30th Oct2018: Australia was the first country to set up a government agency devoted to cutting emissions, but its politicians can… https://t.co/7C0qp5u5el
30th Oct2018: Countries have sought to reduce their dependence on oil and gas since the 1970s, but the task is now more urgent https://t.co/6PIAxnJyxg
30th Oct2018: NetEase, a Chinese video-game company, also runs a pig-rearing division https://t.co/adLzjW79ik
30th Oct2018: Will Brian Fitzpatrick show there is room for independent-minded moderates in Donald Trump’s Republican Party? https://t.co/whlBpKXZ26
30th Oct2018: Australia proves to the rest of the world that reforms that are considered impossible are perfectly achievable https://t.co/R6DSDM4YQN
30th Oct2018: We have calculated a geographic centre of the global economy https://t.co/qFY87Wn3n2
30th Oct2018: Around 6bn people live in a corrupt country. How does your country rank? https://t.co/DornpFcqiO
20th Oct2018: "The church speaks of the legitimate right to insurrectional violence" https://t.co/73337ZzzMm
20th Oct2018: Our new section tells data-driven stories with charts and maps https://t.co/uGVGtQpmwi https://t.co/dFcanhwLqt
20th Oct2018: The cover story, which the Saudis had two and a half weeks to prepare, is brazen in its absurdity https://t.co/Me04L5Kb75
20th Oct2018: Private space travel did not take off until NASA lost Challenger in 1986 https://t.co/dajPeDUWYW
20th Oct2018: The next few weeks will be decisive for the outcome of Brexit and for Theresa May’s own future https://t.co/g2m7OwMwJq
20th Oct2018: Leonard Lance looks likely to be usurped by Tom Malinowski, a former assistant secretary of state under Barack Obama https://t.co/9b9vHKqVDy
20th Oct2018: Redemption City’s new church makes Tesla’s “gigafactory” look like a poky warehouse; St Peter’s Basilica a quaint p… https://t.co/QhnzLHlAbb
20th Oct2018: Poverty fell in the majority of American states last year, but the gap between the rich and poor in the world’s wea… https://t.co/jBEAatq88U
20th Oct2018: Any Western democracy that enters a values-free race to the bottom with China will lose https://t.co/eVdYH82zr3
20th Oct2018: Most big companies promote from within, so high chief executive pay is unlikely to be the result of a war for talent https://t.co/TBOJybSfuh
20th Oct2018: In America departure from partisanship earns the ire of party hacks but suggests a precious independence of mind https://t.co/awOT8DaTI4
20th Oct2018: Plunging exports in petro-states like Iran and Venezuela mean the world increasingly relies on American shale https://t.co/4q5BVzsfCW
20th Oct2018: In many films tension, suspense and dread come not from bodily or psychological torture, but disorientation https://t.co/dzvwR3WFEb
20th Oct2018: States have enough assets, they just do not sweat them hard enough https://t.co/SwarEOr75C
20th Oct2018: Stablecoins are often backed by real world assets, such as gold https://t.co/ffRQCE7dSr
20th Oct2018: Strong welfare states are crucial for capitalism https://t.co/HaYhZYvXLp
20th Oct2018: The grounding of the Russian Soyuz rockets could leave the International Space Station empty from December https://t.co/sn0lpFqvBf
20th Oct2018: Some leaseholders found that the freehold on their home had been sold to an offshore investment firm that upped the… https://t.co/tiM5TFex8V
20th Oct2018: China is a one-party state with a billion more citizens than America, yet it has half a million fewer prisoners https://t.co/5yqmdZ8RLK
20th Oct2018: Saudi Arabia admits Jamal Khashoggi is dead https://t.co/JIl0ohCTmE
20th Oct2018: Our new weekly print section "Graphic detail" offers a look behind the numbers, featuring charts, maps and infograp… https://t.co/GeaFtnml8T
20th Oct2018: Communications between America and China are breaking down just as they are needed most https://t.co/xKY629AQpi
20th Oct2018: If Britain exploited just 10% of the Bowland-Hodder gas reserves, it would be self-sufficient in gas for 50 years https://t.co/wyn9GBKCfj
20th Oct2018: Improving maintenance, management of government assets and public-sector accounts is not glamorous work. But it is… https://t.co/JkKcZwOoh1
20th Oct2018: China and America have become rivals. How did the world’s two superpowers drift so far apart? Our cover this week… https://t.co/4RfieNcH1F
20th Oct2018: No pain, no gain, is the moral of “Capitalism in America”, a business history of the United States https://t.co/rl7MywLGQt
20th Oct2018: Businesses have no choice but to consider the reputational risk of associating with the regime in Saudi Arabia https://t.co/lWTQWuKjGz
20th Oct2018: Ryan Zinke is embroiled in scandal https://t.co/qDoRimkhsW
20th Oct2018: Even politicians who rail against immigration tend to make an exception for seasonal farm workers https://t.co/YevdPKtwlx
20th Oct2018: Even if oil prices remain high, shale output in America will probably slow due to climbing costs https://t.co/eSPqvzvyzI
20th Oct2018: 90% of savers that opened fixed-term deposit accounts at Al-Rayan Bank last year were non-Muslims https://t.co/UlgPcgJryV
20th Oct2018: South-East Asian countries are backing away from the death penalty https://t.co/AqXKs8JPYZ
20th Oct2018: Reasons for firms to steer clear of Saudi Arabia https://t.co/G9aWocTaZW
20th Oct2018: A newly published study describes mongoose remains which predate the Islamic conquest of the Iberian peninsula https://t.co/pg7uXLm87J
20th Oct2018: Why Arabic, the fifth-most-spoken language in the world, punches below its weight in the secular world https://t.co/yjqNaiDLIb
20th Oct2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/9SEJsINjMo
20th Oct2018: A large breathalyser could determine if someone had an illness such as tuberculosis or diphtheria https://t.co/t9J8kUrxa4
20th Oct2018: The Saudis could halt investment in America—but they would hurt themselves in the process https://t.co/ts2BrCFIG0
20th Oct2018: Feeble government in Germany could hardly come at a less propitious time for Europe https://t.co/6oPkG6w6GR
20th Oct2018: She builds Lee Israel‘s character with the same courage with which she approaches her comedy https://t.co/Wv44aCnz0x
20th Oct2018: In the early days of space travel, about a third of launches failed. Today that number has fallen below 4% https://t.co/211ov8vLWI
20th Oct2018: Introducing Graphic detail, our new print section showcasing visual storytelling https://t.co/LtBTxGGNNx https://t.co/6DkLdAlVv2
20th Oct2018: Around 6bn people live in a corrupt country. How does your country rank? https://t.co/lEmo7qOE7D
20th Oct2018: Will a reshuffle be enough for Emmanuel Macron to recover his grip? https://t.co/zPumVbY7yb
20th Oct2018: CGTN Africa has two editorial meetings: one for all staff and another where editors seek approval from their bosses… https://t.co/XgPEh2WlLf
20th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/eUB1iQLh6h
20th Oct2018: Trips to sites where Bollywood scenes have been filmed are driving tourism in India https://t.co/rXcY3J1t7H
20th Oct2018: Ms Burns was born in Belfast and her book is set in an environment resembling the Troubles, with paramilitaries and… https://t.co/VqWixPO2BI
20th Oct2018: Demographic change and the unpopularity of Donald Trump has made several Californian Republican strongholds competi… https://t.co/nQ4JSmGjCi
20th Oct2018: In the past decade alone at least a dozen prominent gurus, priests and “babas” have been tried and jailed for rape https://t.co/8YfjXci2K2
20th Oct2018: Without international backing, President Mnangagwa has had to go it almost alone. The result has been chaos https://t.co/s24sNVH8sD
20th Oct2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/YuBze2WKPj
20th Oct2018: The airport is already 30% built. But voters will be asked whether construction should continue https://t.co/ntNmswebl4
20th Oct2018: The L3-Harris merger is the latest in a string of deals in an industry dominated by American companies https://t.co/XfKZxVudYd
20th Oct2018: It is 220km from Amman to Beirut. As Royal Jordanian flies, the two cities are 1,070km apart https://t.co/0YGIw7oH8t
20th Oct2018: In 2016, some 11,100 Nigerian women landed in Sicily, and 80% entered a life of forced prostitution, according to e… https://t.co/W9tgZnY3UB
20th Oct2018: Workers who enter the labour market during a recession earn about 11% less on average at the start of their careers https://t.co/wfbB2tVayO
20th Oct2018: Notice anything new? This week’s print edition of The Economist is the first to feature our refreshed design https://t.co/sZdYFPhIvb
20th Oct2018: Seasonal field workers and machines have changed the food supermarkets display in their aisles https://t.co/7URKgOiDcM
20th Oct2018: Letting Earth warm beyond 1.5°C presents a serious danger to humans and other species, the report found https://t.co/Puz15i8fJS
20th Oct2018: Jill Lepore brings a refreshingly modern eye to a daunting task https://t.co/EggmR7WkcN
20th Oct2018: Saudi Arabia has threatened to retaliate if America proceeds with sanctions. Would the kingdom follow through? https://t.co/QOxCQnx7gq
20th Oct2018: Leonard Lance looks likely to be usurped by Tom Malinowski, a former assistant secretary of state under Barack Obama https://t.co/x90jpxAuc0
20th Oct2018: Graphic detail launches in print this week https://t.co/71i2f5JN8J https://t.co/458rKt98X0
20th Oct2018: Migrants from the east have replaced local farm workers in Poland https://t.co/8zs5PtedFf
20th Oct2018: Director Marielle Heller lets the camera linger on the sad realities of Lee Israel’s life https://t.co/VTyTSjQJRq
19th Oct2018: The greatest threats to the global economy today are political https://t.co/j8pGC6rT4T
19th Oct2018: Harris’s chief executive sees two benefits from the merger: cost-cutting and the potential to come up with new defe… https://t.co/NQkWf4yG3E
19th Oct2018: The relationship between economic performance and central-bank independence is not clear-cut https://t.co/UaRHfwTu9j
19th Oct2018: Orange County is now 35% Republican, 34% Democrat and 27% independent, the very definition of a competitive distric… https://t.co/rbd7jBPhi5
19th Oct2018: The economic cost of recessions for young workers is not borne equally across the workforce https://t.co/FKqSlJ91kS
19th Oct2018: In a more normal administration, Mr Zinke’s misadventures might have got him fired https://t.co/w0A1w5yepz
19th Oct2018: A Democrat leads in New Jersey’s seventh district https://t.co/CjzNA7Q8QG
19th Oct2018: Ryan Zinke’s messy week https://t.co/3Q1dRKOBfS
19th Oct2018: Financial markets are giddy after cannabis sales became legal in Canada on October 17th https://t.co/x6OPkvgAIH
19th Oct2018: Once the Amazon of its day, Sears had been stagnating for decades https://t.co/GIC46ldtXF
19th Oct2018: No one knows how much economies spend fighting decay, as most maintenance is performed in-house https://t.co/Cthw3bQzzl
19th Oct2018: Rates of immunity are particularly low for those born in the late 1990s, when a now-discredited study linked immuni… https://t.co/j1eB7Hc9tw
19th Oct2018: Across America and Germany, places of worship are housing vulnerable immigrants who fear deportation https://t.co/4QEs0Aaun9
19th Oct2018: Spoken “Arabic” is really a group of dialects different enough to be considered separate languages https://t.co/zCTDdmNrUb
19th Oct2018: The Sydney Opera House, then and now https://t.co/1LPeNRYNjX
19th Oct2018: This week’s cartoon from KAL https://t.co/8BJy1LQkSN
19th Oct2018: The Taliban have killed ten parliamentary candidates ahead of this weekend’s election in Afghanistan. Will secretiv… https://t.co/yM1Bpcf0OQ
19th Oct2018: Far from dying off, manufacturing in America appears to be humming the president’s tune https://t.co/HCQxrPkVap
19th Oct2018: A Christian schism prompts historians to dig deep into the past https://t.co/eT5o2gB28p
19th Oct2018: With the first big solo show of her work in America at the @Guggenheim in New York, af Klint seems poised to finall… https://t.co/szPxT6sVIl
19th Oct2018: L3 Harris will become America’s sixth-largest defence firm in a merger worth $33.5bn https://t.co/FOW8st3HdO
19th Oct2018: With partisanship so entrenched, those who switch parties have the superpower of independent reasoning https://t.co/ChcXjR6Hmk
19th Oct2018: The show is a reflection of the country today, a chauvinist place full of strong women https://t.co/EBv1i9qD5H
19th Oct2018: Mass imprisonment is a bad choice touted by politicians looking for easy votes. Americans should vote for change https://t.co/qDFbhtz0w0
19th Oct2018: Temporary economic downturns have long-lasting consequences https://t.co/hzIKEbPWYR
19th Oct2018: Some 52% of Indian women, according to government health surveys, believe it is permissible for husbands to beat th… https://t.co/RchXJDOaaw
19th Oct2018: What will the next recession look like, and how should the world prepare? Our economics columnist @ryanavent consid… https://t.co/GtZMxQozyp
19th Oct2018: With extra spending announced earlier this month by Theresa May, it is unclear how her chancellor, Philip Hammond,… https://t.co/crPTncLGcL
19th Oct2018: To close Tsukiji is to sever Tokyo’s remaining link to its vibrant, mercantile past, celebrated in countless old wo… https://t.co/XOeWAUT0sW
19th Oct2018: Chief executives partly have the stockmarket to thank for their high pay https://t.co/M9ylhP6V3i
19th Oct2018: L3 and Harris announce the biggest-ever defence merger https://t.co/1xhpfheiYD
19th Oct2018: Had President Erdogan not freed Andrew Brunson, America would have almost certainly imposed new sanctions on Turkey https://t.co/LyDoOIHZ4T
19th Oct2018: Graphic detail, now in print. Our data journalism has its own dedicated space in the paper starting this week… https://t.co/pYYT96p6mQ
19th Oct2018: Maintaining existing infrastructure is less exciting than building anew. Yet it is vital https://t.co/oynAjAHZUW
19th Oct2018: The more the Earth warms, the more people will need cooling. But the more air-conditioners there are, the warmer th… https://t.co/8JBDh7wfq7
19th Oct2018: The party may be gambling that a stauncher defence of its activities will help deflect growing international condem… https://t.co/O95SgD9F8B
19th Oct2018: The resignation on October 17th of M.J. Akbar, a junior minister, marked the first big triumph for India’s #MeToo m… https://t.co/2302lo6WHF
19th Oct2018: DNA data-storage is expensive, but compared with hard drives it takes up much less space https://t.co/yg2GYG5cEM
19th Oct2018: Travelling to The Hague in 1966, Mr Botha saw how unpopular apartheid was abroad and came home a reluctant reformist https://t.co/sJuSEIvcVF
19th Oct2018: At a time when the daily news cycle leaves little room for shock, horror films are probing slower-moving concerns https://t.co/il8Tc9TcUy
19th Oct2018: There is a rich menu of options for policymakers to draw upon when a new economic slump arrives https://t.co/CtsQQFWIzZ
19th Oct2018: In “The Wider Earth” Darwin, the great seeker of roots and beginnings, gets an origin story of his own https://t.co/rbRAbvleUd
19th Oct2018: The curators have created displays that approach the subjects and the artefacts with nuance, sensitivity and skill https://t.co/DeTdi1tC2U
19th Oct2018: Shale production has high environmental demands. For a single well, fracking can use the water volume of up to 25 O… https://t.co/PzTW2jzEHV
19th Oct2018: Why the Catholic church decided to embrace the radical example of Archbishop Óscar Romero https://t.co/6W7CUm9YBU
19th Oct2018: It should not take catastrophes to spur spending on maintenance https://t.co/DKvZihYs3x
19th Oct2018: In theory an inspired mathematician could unravel internet cryptography—and most online commerce—tomorrow https://t.co/fBvqVyF7wA
19th Oct2018: How your recycled waste could be turned into smoother, longer-lasting roads https://t.co/9WqZhxGoK6
19th Oct2018: The world is at risk of bumbling into an unnecessarily painful economic mess https://t.co/GT8D9sSHgw
19th Oct2018: When the distribution of income spreads apart, a society begins to malfunction, affecting the mental health of ever… https://t.co/9JZQ4DjRVS
19th Oct2018: Is economic war looming between Saudi Arabia and America? https://t.co/o0twPQsRQp
19th Oct2018: In four countries women cannot register a business. In 18 a husband can stop his wife working https://t.co/K5JfKVldXN
19th Oct2018: In Britain, half a million people regularly go up to a week without seeing anybody #OpenFuture https://t.co/ph4iQvsiX1
19th Oct2018: New horror films often forsake big scary reveals, investing instead in a more general sense of helplessness https://t.co/OBJQ1Bdjpo
19th Oct2018: The Bajau people have been diving for food for at least 1,000 years, and their bodies have changed to adapt https://t.co/nnE2vNrY8d
19th Oct2018: Technology intended to detect diseases in airports could eventually be offered back to hospitals and clinics https://t.co/M6nQ1N4U7H
19th Oct2018: 40% of American schools now offer lessons in computer programming. Python could be the ideal starting language https://t.co/X10TcFMTbx
19th Oct2018: The greatest threats to the global economy today are political https://t.co/LeRVKQUG3G
19th Oct2018: Only 13% of the world’s population enjoys a free press #OpenFuture https://t.co/X7662bzyUS
19th Oct2018: There have been four global recessions since 1980, and the next could come at any moment https://t.co/x1yTTTpdQo
19th Oct2018: Japan has given the world the term "karoshi", or death by overwork https://t.co/EDbWDHDIOp
19th Oct2018: Alan Greenspan and Adrian Wooldridge contend that American capitalism is also the world’s most democratic https://t.co/hU4oPg7T0E
19th Oct2018: It is better to have big classes taught by excellent teachers than smaller groups taught by mediocre ones https://t.co/T3U1tpq3Eu
19th Oct2018: It looks likely that the Romans brought mongooses to Europe https://t.co/0GAyJVev6G
19th Oct2018: Those who champion open-plan offices seem to have forgotten the importance of being able to concentrate on your work https://t.co/htq8u101fN
19th Oct2018: Israel does not sell China military hardware, but technology such as artificial intelligence and cyber-security is… https://t.co/S2fbqZ4vw3
19th Oct2018: In the Africa of China’s state broadcaster’s imagination, every deal is “win-win” and, of course, “harmonious” https://t.co/Y1ZIDdecQe
19th Oct2018: In no other two-party system does the party that receives the most votes routinely find itself out of power https://t.co/PlYiDZIjuC
19th Oct2018: The roots of one particular tomato plant have been found to release compounds that encourage bacteria growth in soil https://t.co/csN9WDfAf2
19th Oct2018: When people are fearful, angry or confused, she observes, they are tempted to give away freedoms to leaders promisi… https://t.co/KK3S1jpHaN
19th Oct2018: The more the Earth warms, the more people will need air-conditioners. But the more there are, the warmer the world… https://t.co/ciDZyMaqlv
19th Oct2018: The airport vote is a preview of the sort of direct democracy that Andrés Manuel López Obrador says will define his… https://t.co/9n0UVbVSJx
19th Oct2018: As a church in Nigeria grew into one of the world’s largest, its prayer camp turned into a permanent settlement https://t.co/9qWLAcx3IM
19th Oct2018: Large parts of the Middle East are off-limits to passenger jets because of wars and political disputes https://t.co/8IhPcrv2cc
19th Oct2018: Pik Botha was a defender of apartheid—that brutal system long maintained by the barrel of a gun https://t.co/xm43RTY7UK
19th Oct2018: Marine Le Pen is no longer in favour of quitting the EU. Now she wants to conquer it https://t.co/dXhdRClbz5
18th Oct2018: Explore our interactive chart plotting objects launched into orbit since the beginning of space travel… https://t.co/dy4x2PdIGO
18th Oct2018: Having children lowers women’s lifetime earnings, an outcome known as the “child penalty” https://t.co/tunPM6bk4q
18th Oct2018: A shale boom has not made America energy-independent, and does not mean it can control the oil market https://t.co/8Tn8DPJ26y
18th Oct2018: This Northern Irish auction house takes luxury goods once owned by criminal gangs and sells them to help compensate… https://t.co/OGnIN5EJXL
18th Oct2018: Doing mundane things better could bring larger gains than many flashy policy ideas https://t.co/OMjZewiICY
18th Oct2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/mZ5iRQKIUF
18th Oct2018: Catalog, an American biotechnology firm, plans a device capable of storing about 125 gigabytes of data as DNA every… https://t.co/inIAccUaMz
18th Oct2018: Plastic-eating caterpillars could save the planet https://t.co/7vcQmYERaX
18th Oct2018: Quantum-proofing the internet will be an expensive, protracted and probably incomplete job https://t.co/TGXq0PtqFM
18th Oct2018: Every object launched into orbit from 1957 to this week, in one chart https://t.co/rJd36oKWdJ https://t.co/BdXLb2TzJS
18th Oct2018: Among the greatest risks posed by a new recession is that governments may engage in a zero-sum war for spending https://t.co/KRsFPADNWG
18th Oct2018: Escalating prices are all too familiar to Zimbabweans, after hyperinflation in 2008. Today’s crisis is subtly diffe… https://t.co/KRy0H5hA04
18th Oct2018: America has come to see China as a strategic rival—a malevolent actor and a rule-breaker https://t.co/ls5MRd7JQE
18th Oct2018: In Kyrgyzstan the kidnapping of brides, known as ala-kachuu (grab and run), is rife https://t.co/TD1hxnlG50
18th Oct2018: The British Museum’s new Islamic world gallery is a triumph https://t.co/QXnKgq1GyU
18th Oct2018: How—and why—has the relationship between China and America deteriorated so quickly? https://t.co/cOMBuqd8Yf
18th Oct2018: Companies eager to send objects into space, like telecoms firms, used to hitch a ride with NASA. Now they can ride… https://t.co/YkfBDyoZK6
18th Oct2018: Notice anything different about this week’s print edition of The Economist? We’ve introduced brand new features and… https://t.co/julFPeekbQ
18th Oct2018: The next recession will probably be more like that of 2001 than the one that started in 2007 https://t.co/UNtT0saaEX
18th Oct2018: The economic case for being boring https://t.co/chEcxVItO7
18th Oct2018: A year on from #MeToo @tiffstevenson, a British comedian, explains how women still have to fight for equality https://t.co/pWmnRJFmyW
18th Oct2018: Nearly 63% of Instagram users report being miserable, a higher share than for any other social network https://t.co/sKUOP4jLCk
18th Oct2018: Fewer bees will mean fewer plants and therefore less to eat and less oxygen to breathe https://t.co/GKu7NAn42S
18th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/DSMZz4ftwU
18th Oct2018: Macroeconomic theorists disagree on almost everything. That is one of the reasons it is such a hard subject to teach https://t.co/Oc0a7mQn5U
18th Oct2018: Our new weekly print section, Graphic detail, tells data-driven stories with charts and maps https://t.co/xHJpfKBkYp
18th Oct2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/LJ3zjPCBly
18th Oct2018: Firms like YouTube and Facebook are at risk of becoming “ministries of truth”–arbiters of what billions of people d… https://t.co/ToCffEczo6
18th Oct2018: There were at least two periods when Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis interbred, resulting in lasting benefit… https://t.co/bWPiaeYrEq
18th Oct2018: Some places of worship are helping vulnerable immigrants with legal advice or simply providing a space to drop by https://t.co/ohkzAGx7qZ
18th Oct2018: Permitting a rise in global temperature of two degrees could see an extra 420m people exposed to record heat https://t.co/H8bzkeyfdo
18th Oct2018: China and America have become rivals. How did the world’s two superpowers drift so far apart? Our cover this week… https://t.co/oVy8HYVHac
18th Oct2018: More sympathetic workplaces would be good for workers’ mental health, as well as for productivity https://t.co/EhmOLN6Rba
18th Oct2018: America has been willing to work with brutal autocrats. Unreliable autocrats may be a different matter https://t.co/0ofceWF9zZ
18th Oct2018: More than 15,000 Eritreans have entered Ethiopia in the first two weeks. Nobody knows how long the border will stay… https://t.co/a5trRNMMfZ
18th Oct2018: The tale begins at Cambridge, where the young Charles skives off his undergraduate course to collect beetles and ro… https://t.co/jT1MzLGqSV
18th Oct2018: The Supreme Court has decided to take a case that could have far-reaching implications for media and social media c… https://t.co/QZmVXZCoGX
18th Oct2018: What successful entrepreneurs do after their creation has established itself can matter as much as the venture itse… https://t.co/BxoxpVaxyY
18th Oct2018: During its “lost decade”, Japan tested policies that would enter the toolkit of other central banks during the fina… https://t.co/Nxd5qM9KmE
18th Oct2018: Does “mindfulness” no longer play a part in Indian life? https://t.co/lU2uI6QGYx
18th Oct2018: A recurring theme of “Yanxi Palace” is that the Forbidden City is a place of harsh rules, but that rules keep chaos… https://t.co/INHNlhFvHI
18th Oct2018: America spends 17% of GDP on health care, the highest of any rich country. But the average life expectancy does not… https://t.co/lrGP0QVTtS
18th Oct2018: Some 64% of global business leaders had suffered a mental health issue at some point, a study by BUPA found https://t.co/CiArM3LFvc
18th Oct2018: Debating tournaments remain dominated by elite private schools https://t.co/q8t9gRlSL8
18th Oct2018: The singer was christened "Charles", by a French nurse who could not pronounce his name, in 1924 https://t.co/x8WRsdM7Fg
18th Oct2018: Forcing finance to leave Britain would lead to a smaller economy and less tax revenue, just as Brexit looms https://t.co/bU0dQhkifp
18th Oct2018: Furry friends increasingly feature in their owners’ budgets https://t.co/0cJcz4lLss
18th Oct2018: Unilever shelves plans to close its London headquarters https://t.co/eBxZ65eq1J
18th Oct2018: Italy is a ticking time bomb that threatens to cause the next recession https://t.co/q9N5AsagPQ
18th Oct2018: After a year of #MeToo, American opinion has shifted against victims https://t.co/tDIPCLUB8C
18th Oct2018: American tariffs are starting to bite China, and troubles could spread https://t.co/LpynTUgLV5
18th Oct2018: The issue of the Irish border continues to bedevil Brexit talks https://t.co/8WvmFIa0Kq
18th Oct2018: The average adult migrant from the European Economic Area yielded £2,370 more for the Treasury in 2017 than the ave… https://t.co/auFJT02e7X
18th Oct2018: Armies that switch from voluntary recruitment to the forcible sort tend to become more sexually violent https://t.co/mkgi2HH27w
18th Oct2018: Nearly 800 of the state legislators who will decide on redistricting after 2020 will be elected on November 6th https://t.co/0bqrvHgR7f
18th Oct2018: Britain is not doing enough to tackle dirty capital flows. That could further undermine the legitimacy of capitalism https://t.co/qO6XmnIsiK
18th Oct2018: There is broad agreement among American bureaucrats, businessmen and both political parties that it is time to call… https://t.co/zsc4yYrHYh
18th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/Ik5EWL6ZHh
18th Oct2018: The novel touches on something universal: what violence, unpredictable, persistent and brutal, does to a person’s m… https://t.co/UQuUPNd3wK
18th Oct2018: Climate change has destroyed homes in Svalbard and is making it harder to build new ones https://t.co/YMqxbdGYPr
18th Oct2018: India comes 133rd of 156 in the UN’s most recent World Happiness Report, the lowest out of the six South Asian coun… https://t.co/7It2qf59aK
18th Oct2018: Every new member was voted in on a “clean slate”, meaning that no candidate faced competition https://t.co/quREWBXKVJ
18th Oct2018: The novel’s narrator looks back on her childhood in Iran, her flight to Sweden, and her troubled relationships https://t.co/wmvgp4vJPB
18th Oct2018: Americans once dreamed more expansively, @sarahchurchwell says, invoking ideas of social democracy and social justi… https://t.co/PYDDDbpzMO
18th Oct2018: “If you want to solve the obesity problem, you have to solve the inequality problem first” https://t.co/K9egU671Tt
18th Oct2018: Districts with more educated voters and fewer white ones than the national average have been particularly lucrative… https://t.co/h2cipbmVP6
18th Oct2018: Passengers can use facial-recognition to check in, pass security and board flights without any boarding documents https://t.co/wHZiqpxVS8
18th Oct2018: A $230m fraud perpetrated by Russian officials against investment company Hermitage has been investigated by author… https://t.co/7ML88mRyib
18th Oct2018: Should media and social media companies be considered state actors? https://t.co/r5TnxSBON6
18th Oct2018: Democrats out-raised Republicans in donations from individuals by an average of $219,000 per race https://t.co/so1KsI9zfc
18th Oct2018: Around 5,000 people continue to abandon Venezuela every day https://t.co/BbcXfS3lbw
18th Oct2018: Many Brazilians voted for Jair Bolsonaro not because they like him but because they think the PT is worse https://t.co/XTLeH7M6bY
18th Oct2018: Paul Romer and William Nordhaus tackled problems the field could not understand and blazed trails scholars continue… https://t.co/efsGRE7K1T
18th Oct2018: “The Wider Earth” dramatises the circumnavigatory voyage of HMS Beagle https://t.co/5gQFg6u2J0
18th Oct2018: America is securing its “energy independence” with oil and gas. But China is leading the way in creating more effic… https://t.co/Yt2yJczPTg
18th Oct2018: Marx’s ideas—about monopolies, rent-seeking and casual labourers—are more relevant than they have been for decades https://t.co/xX5LnjHrHI
18th Oct2018: Every generation of Indians must revisit Gandhi for themselves, argues Mr Guha in “Gandhi: The Years that Changed t… https://t.co/kFj1wk9JI0
18th Oct2018: Without Paul Allen, Microsoft might never have become the world’s biggest software-maker https://t.co/ojAIJfALrr
18th Oct2018: Democrats are winning voters’ wallets—and perhaps their hearts as well https://t.co/mNA9SgKsDo
17th Oct2018: Four known human-rights abusers—Bahrain, Cameroon, Eritrea and the Philippines—will join the council https://t.co/1ttWnRLyW3
17th Oct2018: Privacy campaigners are worried about what the government will do with millions of flyers’ facial information https://t.co/8CFi4q10ff
17th Oct2018: Of the 20 House campaigns that raised the most cash in the third quarter of this year, 18 were Democratic https://t.co/J6p918NEvk
17th Oct2018: In 2023 the world will spend nearly $150bn a year on pets https://t.co/pObuKHxFVg From @1843mag
17th Oct2018: The Supreme Court takes a public-access TV case https://t.co/Ao3jzsD12g
17th Oct2018: Few doubt that Jamal Khashoggi is dead or that his fellow Saudis killed him. The question is what to do about it https://t.co/Xj7bKb0lFn
17th Oct2018: The case goes to the heart of First Amendment law, and could have implications for media companies https://t.co/KAo8Ti1hVJ
17th Oct2018: Canada is only the second country in the world to legalise cannabis. Across the border, America is making global he… https://t.co/uiRmhN8NCy
17th Oct2018: Some people think that technological civilisations destroy themselves before they can make their presence known in… https://t.co/JHOFsGAIZt
17th Oct2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/URxyRD32bf
17th Oct2018: Delta estimates that travellers opting to use facial recognition will save up to nine minutes per flight https://t.co/Vxhjk6sKXT
17th Oct2018: Suicide is the leading cause of death for all Indians between ages 15 and 39, and for Indian women between 15 and 49 https://t.co/TvXWwl8Ejf
17th Oct2018: In 1990 28% of Spain was forested; now the proportion is 37% https://t.co/a50Pyabctt
17th Oct2018: Armies that switch from voluntary recruitment to the forcible sort tend to become more sexually violent https://t.co/dRI6xcWFE1
17th Oct2018: Strong welfare states are crucial for capitalism https://t.co/XZbWfPJGT3
17th Oct2018: Atlanta airport launches America’s first “biometric terminal” https://t.co/qr9L3kVdwx
17th Oct2018: Which countries are raising the most productive humans? https://t.co/8Xpy9N6OGn
17th Oct2018: Police forces in Britain and America are turning to data and AI-driven programmes to help them fight crime https://t.co/rYxLDY8Bj2
17th Oct2018: Paul Allen leaves a lasting legacy both at Microsoft and in Seattle https://t.co/Do3dDLtGfL
17th Oct2018: The UN Human Rights Council’s lousy election https://t.co/3kUVJdrj1O
17th Oct2018: Fewer bees will mean fewer plants and therefore less to eat and less oxygen to breathe https://t.co/pzxrHd7B0u
17th Oct2018: It was hoped that the October summit would provide a provisional Brexit deal. With the deadline in March, there is… https://t.co/7wbuTYOGZ4
17th Oct2018: Donald Trump’s presidency and the anti-migrant rhetoric that brought him to power have triggered a revival in the S… https://t.co/dD47GV9Ijm
17th Oct2018: Today, recreational marijuana use becomes legal in Canada. Young Canadians are the most avid users of cannabis in t… https://t.co/1cz302kco5
17th Oct2018: Melissa McCarthy is seriously good in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” https://t.co/xo1IUR1A10
17th Oct2018: Working fewer hours has been shown to improve employees’ health, happiness and productivity https://t.co/XCWwwx02yU
17th Oct2018: Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://t.co/3J2YtoPNZy
17th Oct2018: Tesla is one of the most heavily shorted companies in America https://t.co/HdsjWn33Zp
17th Oct2018: Two-thirds of all horse-owners in America have made some provision in their wills for their pets https://t.co/FOhTs7BYx3
17th Oct2018: When houses of prayer become places of shelter https://t.co/4N2LwoCYyp
17th Oct2018: Liberals need a new approach to immigration https://t.co/wjfYKb2mqY
17th Oct2018: Anna Burns’s “Milkman” wins the Man Booker prize https://t.co/NogNi1XAA4
17th Oct2018: Why the risk of a no-deal Brexit is increasing https://t.co/3U2ExFLT5x
17th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/NZubm3NoXp
17th Oct2018: Amazon is the great unknown in the coffee-industry battle https://t.co/igvFaajJOH
17th Oct2018: Charles Aznavour sold more than 100m albums, and his lyrics always featured a sense of loss and longing https://t.co/j0XdYzcpz5
17th Oct2018: Economic nationalism would have hurt everyone during the last financial crisis. Now, geopolitical amity is eroding https://t.co/Ia3KBxiNfG
17th Oct2018: Assessments of quantitative-easing programmes convey mixed messages about their impact https://t.co/l2nGXyeEqd
17th Oct2018: Politicians and central bankers have been complacent in preparing to combat a recession in a low-rate world https://t.co/0Pj3qWjD54
17th Oct2018: It is the quality of Brazilian democracy, rather than its immediate survival, that is at risk https://t.co/83ic2tUYVl
17th Oct2018: Breakfast is the most conservative meal of the day in all cultures https://t.co/6peR9qPukC From @1843mag
17th Oct2018: The arrival, in translation, of a Swedish-Iranian novelist is a welcome chance to cross the bridge into another ver… https://t.co/B1efv6KKxN
17th Oct2018: One thread of “Capitalism in America” is the burden government imposes on the healthy Schumpeterian process https://t.co/szYyeAY5jv
17th Oct2018: “Theatre has a huge responsibility right now,” says Leigh Silverman, director of “The Lifespan of a Fact” https://t.co/8t0kZNgsao
17th Oct2018: Over 40,000 London properties are held by overseas firms, a quarter of them registered in the British Virgin Islands https://t.co/U27ImMvlJp
17th Oct2018: When corporations open their wallets to politicians, the public loses https://t.co/xJyqmpITC5
17th Oct2018: “Behold America” shows how successive periods invented their own American dream according to the prevailing conditi… https://t.co/A2wZOitB1b
17th Oct2018: At a time of hardening Hindu nationalism, crude attacks on Gandhi have become routine online https://t.co/G1xTsHPuAb
17th Oct2018: Spelthorne Borough Council in Surrey spent around £360m on a business park https://t.co/0GqRo0XnSq
17th Oct2018: Governments implement a “sin tax” on vices such as tobacco, alcohol and sugar as a way to improve public health. Bu… https://t.co/nNgSRE0ay4
17th Oct2018: In many films tension, suspense and dread come not from bodily or psychological torture, but disorientation https://t.co/xbtGBiS7mR
17th Oct2018: Spellbinding Sierra Leone has plenty to offer adventurous tourists https://t.co/f5qaM6HSn1 From @1843mag
16th Oct2018: More sympathetic workplaces would be good for workers’ mental health, as well as for productivity https://t.co/9ePKuQqm52
16th Oct2018: In “Behold America” the protagonists are not people but two expressions: “the American dream” and “America first” https://t.co/s7pAkVAxqi
16th Oct2018: Russia said recently its obligations to take American astronauts to the International Space Station would expire in… https://t.co/GiSD05AcDZ
16th Oct2018: Understanding why it happens could help prevent rape in war, and make it easier to prosecute the culprits https://t.co/X9AzMasIIJ
16th Oct2018: Why is it so hard for Democrats to enthuse Latino voters? https://t.co/2sG5QsTL3J
16th Oct2018: Overseas employees of Swiss banks may now leak information on suspected tax evasion without fear of draconian secre… https://t.co/3kGo4rXvnJ
16th Oct2018: Try The Economist for 12 weeks with our introductory offer https://t.co/4ggymRCn9Z https://t.co/qJUKfnXRtO
16th Oct2018: In 2016, Ohio Republicans won 52% of votes for the House of Representatives, but gained 75% of the seats https://t.co/oiM1S9KIXU
16th Oct2018: You need more land per calorie of food to produce beef than to produce broccoli https://t.co/AW7XXdVL92
16th Oct2018: Rudolf Elmer was not bound by Swiss secrecy law when he handed data to WikiLeaks in 2008, the court ruled https://t.co/pTar7pZRDz
16th Oct2018: A court ruling knocks another hole in Swiss banking secrecy https://t.co/It85T8Wlpt
16th Oct2018: At Sitges Film Festival, uncertainty is scary https://t.co/Czz8tI5xS9
16th Oct2018: America has the highest poverty rate in the rich world, but not all states are alike. What can a zip code reveal ab… https://t.co/MyLZ2qsMSe
16th Oct2018: Many Americans never really took to the French crooner, but Bob Dylan admired him https://t.co/7qvXheU95u
16th Oct2018: Switching to plant-based protein could increase America’s food supply by a third https://t.co/O7tg6lVS34
16th Oct2018: In the next recession, every step taken to restore the economy to health will be less certain to work https://t.co/KArZ89wtCH
16th Oct2018: Daphne Caruana Galizia was Malta’s most dogged and controversial journalist. On this day last year she was murdered… https://t.co/4sdSzOEcPT
16th Oct2018: Americans astronauts are still reliant on Russian rockets, against a backdrop of chilling relations between the two… https://t.co/LS13AVc0BK
16th Oct2018: Less than a quarter of reported peacetime rapes are gang rapes. In war the figure is estimated to be 75% or higher https://t.co/r9PtnAwWb1
16th Oct2018: As well as distress to workers, the WHO estimates that mental-health troubles cost the global economy $1trn a year https://t.co/z4tLOs9OfR
16th Oct2018: Goodbye cornflakes. Hello empanadas filled with spicy Sichuan rabbit https://t.co/AlCDrIf1kK From @1843mag
16th Oct2018: Officials in Moscow have presented the dispute as portending one of the biggest splits in Christendom for centuries https://t.co/1xPYjULJiU
16th Oct2018: You always want more of social media, says @matthaig1, but it never gives you what you want #OpenFuture https://t.co/C3m9oa1K35
16th Oct2018: North Korean art confounds expectations about socialist realism https://t.co/Rk07g82tcF
16th Oct2018: By ranking countries, the World Bank hopes to motivate governments into investing in human capital, such as reformi… https://t.co/yppIjoD9f7
16th Oct2018: “What We Owe”, the Swedish-Iranian economist and social entrepreneur’s second book, is above all a family story https://t.co/QYM3SWGz1X
16th Oct2018: A lunchtime wager on a coin flip around 1960 launched a debate on the merits of long-termism https://t.co/yfnGvlq0k0
16th Oct2018: Politics may prove the greatest stumbling block to managing the next global economic downturn https://t.co/HEouYvghyb
16th Oct2018: The Pentagon has warned about the security of the electronics supply chain https://t.co/1LcNq7NwL4
16th Oct2018: Emerging markets like Turkey may well bring about the next recession https://t.co/VubcwtOMHU
16th Oct2018: Some shareholders in the maker of Marmite loved a mooted move to Rotterdam; others hated it https://t.co/OyPGm4axM4
16th Oct2018: A history of America’s economic dynamism https://t.co/AA3iiCTI0D
16th Oct2018: Americans have not turned towards economic isolationism, surveys suggest https://t.co/HLBZuP0DBd
16th Oct2018: Is there a place for swear words in the English language? F**k yes. Our language columnist Lane Greene explains why… https://t.co/xknrVo02aJ
16th Oct2018: Coldwar Steve and the new furious absurdism https://t.co/pBlZS5zpXI
16th Oct2018: America has often come first—but its dream has shrunk https://t.co/8gtVrHhYO9
16th Oct2018: Locals in Budapest are hungry for some peace and quiet https://t.co/qwkB6Owf54
16th Oct2018: Ryanair was hit by a series of plot and cabin-crew strikes this summer https://t.co/JJaxxB3dFG
16th Oct2018: Reliance on finance can cause trouble. But regulation is a better way forward than shrinking the sector https://t.co/Rys5YJJIpq
16th Oct2018: The roots of one particular tomato plant have been found to release compounds that encourage bacteria growth in soil https://t.co/6EFRNTVVUU
16th Oct2018: One of Japan’s great institutions makes way for a car park https://t.co/Pp3fUqsroq
16th Oct2018: The beasts, birds and bugs that Darwin encounters on his excursions are portrayed by a cast of ingenious puppets https://t.co/ABQQX3FbfP
16th Oct2018: Brazil’s authoritarian without an army https://t.co/WuHUNNFyJq
16th Oct2018: A $230m fraud perpetrated by Russian officials against investment company Hermitage has been investigated by author… https://t.co/f78DikPMZy
16th Oct2018: China has a long history of showing the door to adventurous foreign correspondents https://t.co/hil4r1yAQM
16th Oct2018: It is the first time that Singapore’s new, beefed-up contempt-of-court law has been used https://t.co/TTeBr2EIRQ
16th Oct2018: Why does America still use Soyuz rockets to put its astronauts in space? https://t.co/NYuRODgEDm
16th Oct2018: Swiggy, a food-ordering app based in Mumbai, claims to deliver 700,000 meals a day. But it is probably losing money https://t.co/sbTwzYJr79
16th Oct2018: Short-sellers are savvy and clever stock-pickers as a group https://t.co/aTcj1dU1MY
16th Oct2018: In Kyrgyzstan the kidnapping of brides, known as "ala-kachuu" (grab and run), is rife https://t.co/a8VDjsF6rH
16th Oct2018: As a serving vice-minister of public security, Meng Hongwei is not immune to proceedings instigated by superiors in… https://t.co/bGvnNVfeEF
16th Oct2018: Tsukiji, the greatest fish market on Earth, is gone https://t.co/e9oeO9KsNw
16th Oct2018: In Kyrgyzstan the kidnapping of brides, known as "ala-kachuu" (grab and run), is rife https://t.co/7653isywEE
16th Oct2018: Mild social-media posts scandalise Singapore’s judges https://t.co/RPbGfzIyae
16th Oct2018: Bishop Michael Curry’s spirited sermon at the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made him famous overnight.… https://t.co/FyvrB8ua4g
16th Oct2018: Anti-incumbency grips Bhutan https://t.co/HdlJUJDX8B
16th Oct2018: Indian states are struggling to lift public-school attendance https://t.co/LvJf4jh1Yj
16th Oct2018: Appetite for knowledge is spread widely throughout British society. There is nothing inegalitarian about catering t… https://t.co/IEi6N8yJoK
16th Oct2018: It is not the technology itself that is the problem, argues @matthaig1, but rather our lack of awareness about how… https://t.co/W9oaZGxQjm
16th Oct2018: Local councils in Britain are increasingly getting into businesses in which they have no expertise, often far from… https://t.co/HRX7PDFyAH
16th Oct2018: Our statistical model suggests a narrow Democratic House majority of 12 seats. But that takeover is far from assured https://t.co/cODX7ExFH3
16th Oct2018: Coldwar Steve places characters such as Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un alongside light-entertainment personalities li… https://t.co/AcAjKel4Fj
16th Oct2018: Central banks will likely turn to quantitative easing to combat the next recession https://t.co/duG0c5gbT8
16th Oct2018: Rape in war is complex. It can be used as a weapon by armies and militias or to forge bonds between the fighters. B… https://t.co/7axfrtX4v3
16th Oct2018: Israel’s oversight of its trade with China is not keeping up with the pace of commerce or technology https://t.co/PZEfArbkrf
16th Oct2018: The National Alliance for the Restoration of the Monarchy optimistically uses the slogan “the monarchy will save Ro… https://t.co/3dssEfFi1N
15th Oct2018: “Behold America” shows how successive periods invented their own American dream according to the prevailing conditi… https://t.co/cVVtFOdTBb
15th Oct2018: A former presidential candidate from Egypt is there, along with Kuwaiti MPs and former ministers from Yemen https://t.co/R8XxWcfLZ6
15th Oct2018: Rather than breaking along gendered lines, the #MeToo divide increasingly appears to be a partisan one https://t.co/UD7Tch18LO
15th Oct2018: The director of “Gomorrah” has made a tragicomedy about a dog-groomer https://t.co/Bx9FdLNB18 From @1843mag
15th Oct2018: The greatest threats to the global economy today are political https://t.co/5HfoA3pDse
15th Oct2018: Over two-thirds of Americans polled this summer wanted to keep immigration at its current level or increase it https://t.co/BnNAnUeYUh
15th Oct2018: Trade and immigration have never been so popular in America https://t.co/EvE3OBjKgH
15th Oct2018: “When you are fighting for transparency, sunlight is the best disinfectant,” says a former head of GCHQ https://t.co/KiOwXRfwLI
15th Oct2018: With 30 parties, the lower house of Brazil’s incoming congress is even more fragmented than the current one. That w… https://t.co/AVsrPPx14n
15th Oct2018: The decline of big-tent, mainstream parties is fundamentally changing how Europe is run https://t.co/isO58VZFTT
15th Oct2018: Changes in opinion against victims have been slightly stronger among women than men https://t.co/fTLUAngKok
15th Oct2018: After a year of #MeToo, American opinion has shifted against victims https://t.co/TucS51tXwB
15th Oct2018: Technology is cited as one of the causes of the increasing prevalence of mental illness. @matthaig1 explains how we… https://t.co/fXy7KxCSvV
15th Oct2018: How to stay sane amid social media https://t.co/tjUOEVg3yZ
15th Oct2018: A new play stages Darwin’s first inklings of scientific revolution https://t.co/wkR4Vv7rNl
15th Oct2018: Celebrity claims of veganism are everywhere: Bill Clinton and Al Gore, Serena and Venus Williams, Lewis Hamilton, M… https://t.co/KwsFp7Y6XG
15th Oct2018: The Romanian monarchy, which has been defunct since 1947, continues to have widespread support from the public https://t.co/DdP8cgbNQj
15th Oct2018: This has historical echoes. Similar openness in 1993 ended when economic tensions appeared between Eritrea and Ethi… https://t.co/ye83KP8hfx
15th Oct2018: The market for fresh and instant coffee is estimated to be worth $83bn a year https://t.co/LkIBKe78Su
15th Oct2018: Economies would have to be transformed if global warming is to be limited to 1.5°C https://t.co/75P4ELaxL4
15th Oct2018: Britain’s war on dirty money lacks oomph https://t.co/MlBITEK7lE
15th Oct2018: Budapest’s party district is annoying locals https://t.co/ROPp0FNOpT
15th Oct2018: Armies that switch from voluntary recruitment to the forcible sort tend to become more sexually violent https://t.co/Lbgs0uEN9K
15th Oct2018: Paul Samuelson argued investors should keep the same share of risky stocks whether they are investing for a month o… https://t.co/eS2ACUR5lB
15th Oct2018: Was the martini glass deliberately designed to spill its contents? https://t.co/4hUelpSNMd From @1843mag
15th Oct2018: A debate between a writer and a fact-checker seems unlikely fodder for the stage. But “The Lifespan of a Fact” turn… https://t.co/S0X0oqGIvd
15th Oct2018: Economists have spent the past decade thinking up ways to boost spending and escape recession when interest rates a… https://t.co/4YqYzBl7yS
15th Oct2018: Strokes kill millions of people around the world. Only heart disease is more deadly. Now a data-driven technology i… https://t.co/nQEguJ9UZM
15th Oct2018: Investors are licking their lips at delivery apps in India, but are tasting only losses https://t.co/SUpkTtt58a
15th Oct2018: The novel’s narrator looks back on her childhood in Iran, her flight to Sweden, and her troubled relationships https://t.co/GZrHx44xJJ
15th Oct2018: The spread of beards and tattoos shows that civilisation is in decline https://t.co/6ceCyVjdDK From @1843mag
15th Oct2018: In future, perhaps workers will be no more reluctant to reveal a mental condition than to report a dose of the flu https://t.co/jBU688rHdk
15th Oct2018: In 1004 Maria Argyropoulina, niece to the emperor of Byzantium, scandalised the guests at her wedding party. Her cr… https://t.co/sUeecuDjYi
15th Oct2018: A meeting of bishops in Istanbul led to measures which point towards a Ukrainian independent national church https://t.co/FIcIn2F5Ad
15th Oct2018: A quarter of British adults will suffer from a mental illness at some point in their lives. There is a growing body… https://t.co/8DHv3WVZHE
15th Oct2018: Italy is a ticking time bomb that threatens to cause the next recession https://t.co/rkyDAFdbql
15th Oct2018: The world is woefully unprepared for the next recession https://t.co/DZdTsP9qnr
15th Oct2018: A timely and instructive new book tracks the usage of “the American dream” and “America first” in newspapers, books… https://t.co/qcFBg5hXDb
15th Oct2018: Which countries are raising the most productive humans? https://t.co/EIT6gINVcZ
15th Oct2018: The conservative CSU has lost key voters to both the far-right AfD and the progressive Greens https://t.co/zwXdlKct78
15th Oct2018: Saudi propagandists are working tirelessly to spread misinformation around Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance https://t.co/sqATVUGM4C
15th Oct2018: Marine Le Pen has realised that taking France out of the EU is a political dead end https://t.co/PQCIMj0rVd
15th Oct2018: Every generation of Indians must revisit Gandhi for themselves, argues Mr Guha in “Gandhi: The Years that Changed t… https://t.co/Qy0Vby79hW
15th Oct2018: What happened to Romania’s monarchy? https://t.co/RBKCpTLV8b
15th Oct2018: To show that government funds would no longer be wasted, Imran Khan has engaged in public displays of austerity https://t.co/4nIpJa5z5L
15th Oct2018: The notion that the City needs to shrink is gathering momentum https://t.co/rvnWzsazWy
15th Oct2018: The leading man in “Yanxi Palace”, Qianlong, is something of a cipher: a stern autocrat who finds his harem a chore https://t.co/AGHiTc3aXU
15th Oct2018: For civilians on both sides of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, the political games have gone on for far too long https://t.co/pjRxfbtnjL
15th Oct2018: Bhutanese remember the fate of two other Himalayan kingdoms, Tibet and Sikkim, which were swallowed up by China and… https://t.co/7Hi95sjbpY
15th Oct2018: Closing schools is unpopular, but Rajasthan has shut about 8,000 and merged others; the number of schools has dropp… https://t.co/oGsCsKJ6CQ
15th Oct2018: Cannabis v wine in California https://t.co/m8xaLr0zB8
15th Oct2018: China’s grip on electronics manufacturing will be hard to break https://t.co/xhbdP042co
15th Oct2018: Competition is hotting up in the coffee industry https://t.co/rwExyRo4iT
15th Oct2018: A taut chronicle of the pain of exile https://t.co/npkj9Gg5Fk
15th Oct2018: Governments implement a "sin tax" on vices such as tobacco, alcohol and sugar as a way to improve public health. Bu… https://t.co/QWiMZthKMC
15th Oct2018: Unilever stays in London https://t.co/4qP3hLgqCT
15th Oct2018: Output, prices and jobs https://t.co/Z8X7gjWbOm
15th Oct2018: Scottish nationalists want to take back control https://t.co/m7RrcQlTSf
15th Oct2018: For the SNP, the march to independence is becoming a slog. And as a party in government it has other worries https://t.co/Qs3a8fJrrv
15th Oct2018: Schoolchildren in India are being taught how to be mindful https://t.co/8TJ0iuzaxE
15th Oct2018: Stressed-out Chinese love melodrama about courtly life https://t.co/xTXe5IZ1su
15th Oct2018: With the weight of the EU behind a Brexit deal, Tory whips believe they can eke out a parliamentary majority https://t.co/PBYKKsAD0J
15th Oct2018: Why the IPCC’s report on global warming matters https://t.co/YTfWkLN7Us
15th Oct2018: Pakistan’s new prime minister turns to the IMF https://t.co/rZGs07GaLP
15th Oct2018: Britain wages information war against Russia https://t.co/tC3HgJ1t2T
15th Oct2018: KAL’s cartoon https://t.co/fHXDRyWcY0
15th Oct2018: Understanding why it happens could help prevent rape in war, and make it easier to prosecute the culprits https://t.co/kM1lF9JR5b
15th Oct2018: An end to the war in eastern Ukraine looks as far away as ever https://t.co/gzTR7tiQfl
15th Oct2018: Five months before his disappearance, journalist Jamal Khashoggi gave an interview to The Economist in which he out… https://t.co/zySBYnt5D9
15th Oct2018: In its impending season, Broadway is embracing politics in an unusually concerted way https://t.co/3fYKwwLd9d
15th Oct2018: The Nobel committee shines a spotlight on rape in conflict https://t.co/1Dq3PJTv4X
14th Oct2018: The world economy looks dependent on booming America https://t.co/98pwI6xmnq
14th Oct2018: The arrival, in translation, of a Swedish-Iranian novelist is a welcome chance to cross the bridge into another ver… https://t.co/cQ2Ofx4J4Y
14th Oct2018: Why people in rich countries are eating more vegan food https://t.co/N4fZQrbCZn
14th Oct2018: At a time of hardening Hindu nationalism, crude attacks on Gandhi have become routine online https://t.co/G3W9BjKnxq
14th Oct2018: Bavaria’s long-dominant CSU falls to its lowest support level since 1950 https://t.co/UUwMNlGWuw
14th Oct2018: Why dissidents are gathering in Istanbul https://t.co/mcm18dIGVw
14th Oct2018: Our critics review autumn’s must-read books, including a magical novel about Michelangelo https://t.co/YCRGHqt9HH From @1843mag
14th Oct2018: Why Russian Latvians vote for their own https://t.co/bFZyDyidXz
14th Oct2018: What is Nikki Haley up to? https://t.co/X9KtHuwLA1
14th Oct2018: Gandhi’s warnings are as relevant as ever https://t.co/qObm9hyKdD
14th Oct2018: Paul Romer and William Nordhaus tackled problems the field could not understand and blazed trails scholars continue… https://t.co/KL7g1KUZJ1
14th Oct2018: Short-sellers are good for markets https://t.co/Z02ShcqISN
14th Oct2018: Try The Economist with our introductory offer and get a fresh perspective on the issues shaping our world. Subscrib… https://t.co/g5fmE3YngX
14th Oct2018: For centuries, Europeans gleefully indulged in cat torture https://t.co/R9uCJN2mhJ From @1843mag
14th Oct2018: Medicare does provide health-care at a decent cost, but it is not as efficient as its devotees claim https://t.co/bSg9gahWHL
14th Oct2018: Interest in vegan food is booming across the rich world. Even McDonald’s is offering McVegan burgers in Scandinavia https://t.co/hhqxQwtOg8
14th Oct2018: Internet searches for succulent plants have risen tenfold since 2010. We look at why houseplant sales are blooming https://t.co/2a0CZraObQ
14th Oct2018: Wine and weed-sellers are battling over the same potential workers and customers in California https://t.co/CKKdtRa9ZD
14th Oct2018: Artists reputedly immerse themselves in the activity they aim to capture—building a dam, for example—before paintin… https://t.co/5lCtHdXyA1
14th Oct2018: It is the quality of Brazilian democracy, rather than its immediate survival, that is at risk https://t.co/73rAU9Xcwt
14th Oct2018: Less than a quarter of reported peacetime rapes are gang rapes. In war the figure is estimated to be 75% or higher https://t.co/oqc0faJIct
14th Oct2018: Japan argues that the International Whaling Commission has become a conservation body instead of simply managing wh… https://t.co/ECIWAJTp1e
14th Oct2018: Despite high oil prices, ultra-long-haul flights are making a comeback https://t.co/c0fU9sKSW9
14th Oct2018: A casino that would take a hundred $100 bets would not refuse a single bet of the same size, Paul Samuelson pointed… https://t.co/swQSzK7AvN
14th Oct2018: Over 140 minutes, plot twists, flashbacks and bodies pile up at an alarming rate https://t.co/6OU1HFOQ84
14th Oct2018: Emerging markets have borrowed too enthusiastically since the financial crisis a decade ago https://t.co/BEP0QaN4dG
14th Oct2018: As the world heats up, hurricanes will get worse https://t.co/3peheRWa4l
14th Oct2018: Institutions like the BBC need to rediscover their cultural self-confidence. The success of “In Our Time” proves th… https://t.co/zeef85p8tY
14th Oct2018: Elon Musk is not the first to criticise short-sellers. In 1610 regulators in Amsterdam banned short-selling https://t.co/okr0XxRDGs
14th Oct2018: The new index combines five indicators of health and education, such as the years of education an average child wil… https://t.co/jcRd7L7aUg
14th Oct2018: If global warming is kept to 1.5°C, 6% of insect species, 8% of plants and 4% of vertebrates would lose more than h… https://t.co/oOadPQuhLY
14th Oct2018: If America is to have "Medicare for all", the health-care system needs to change in small steps https://t.co/RqJAxnmoEG
14th Oct2018: To limit a rise to 1.5°C, the world would by 2050 need to eliminate all 42bn tonnes of carbon dioxide in annual emi… https://t.co/ZlcJdkxQ6t
14th Oct2018: Few will miss Google+, but the manner of its demise was shameful https://t.co/xeWYzURYKV
14th Oct2018: Democrats will probably gain a majority in the House of Representatives, and fall short in the Senate https://t.co/Jt8yajvC3N
14th Oct2018: Air, rail and road-traffic industries are running out of spare pilots and drivers. That gives workers leverage https://t.co/2hphMse68Y
14th Oct2018: The British-Dutch press conference on October 4th amounted to an information counter-offensive https://t.co/WwkU1A1boE
14th Oct2018: China is the biggest trading partner of Iran, Israel’s mortal enemy https://t.co/zKqLTQAZrt
14th Oct2018: Governments cooperated a decade ago during the downturn to prevent bigger disaster. Politics looks quite different… https://t.co/NnGdVT52gA
14th Oct2018: Is university worth it? https://t.co/cs0WVohxBS
14th Oct2018: Britain would be better off with a smaller financial sector, @nickshaxson argues in a new book https://t.co/kL3kW5zswU
14th Oct2018: Swiggy, a food-ordering app based in Mumbai, has raised $465m from investors and claims to deliver 700,000 meals a… https://t.co/7EVozoHIp0
14th Oct2018: Americans once dreamed more expansively, @sarahchurchwell says, invoking ideas of social democracy and social justi… https://t.co/QZAWD4iHBO
14th Oct2018: More people seem willing to speak about mental illness in the workplace https://t.co/dt6ed8MYSo
14th Oct2018: Perhaps galactic society avoids communicating with Earth specifically https://t.co/Pf5JFBt3wf
14th Oct2018: The federal government has issued only enough permits to supply 30-60% of demand for weed in the first year https://t.co/rUdTbzd9G4
14th Oct2018: It is easier to say what Brazilians rebelled against—the corruption, crime and economic chaos of recent years—than… https://t.co/Q7mRpvzCoq
14th Oct2018: Britain’s councils are increasingly investing in property to fund their activities. This is risky https://t.co/YfbQCfesYc
14th Oct2018: Marine Le Pen is no longer in favour of quitting the EU. Now she wants to conquer it https://t.co/OwHAeYmQWE
14th Oct2018: The formula is wildly popular, drawing 700m live-streaming views on the drama’s best single day in August https://t.co/RGrifvL7PX
14th Oct2018: For all the expertise gained by the police in monitoring online activity, internet users have become increasingly s… https://t.co/kncS3rXxTE
14th Oct2018: India comes 133rd of 156 in the UN’s most recent World Happiness Report, the lowest out of the six South Asian coun… https://t.co/0eLdrRnSJo
14th Oct2018: Europe’s transport unions are growing in strength https://t.co/s2saRD6olF
14th Oct2018: The government has auctioned off eight buffaloes kept to provide milk for the prime minister’s residence, along wit… https://t.co/v1Ypp7KbRH
14th Oct2018: Bakers win the right to turn down gay slogans—but not gay customers https://t.co/sm0fW2T5oV
14th Oct2018: Climate change has destroyed homes in Svalbard and is making it harder to build new ones https://t.co/uKdyDgCyeH
14th Oct2018: People are including pets in their financial plans https://t.co/WTgieOrfcw
14th Oct2018: China inches towards stimulus as the economy slows https://t.co/xVPwe2A4PQ
14th Oct2018: The way China arrested Interpol’s boss has harmed the country’s image https://t.co/UuQWUuyVnw
14th Oct2018: “Now there is no security, no soldiers and all is peaceful”, says one Eritrean visiting Ethiopia https://t.co/b4ilcVaYpz
14th Oct2018: Cocaine in Britain has become more plentiful—and more potent https://t.co/DT4Q4oXzkc
14th Oct2018: Brexit may make Scots keener on independence. But it also makes independence harder https://t.co/oqqP1ZSjkQ
14th Oct2018: Furious absurdism can be seen in other art forms. Two British bands, Sleaford Mods and Idles, shout with similar vo… https://t.co/Y3yeN3V5oR
14th Oct2018: If a Brexit deal is done, it would presage a 21-month transition period during which the trade agreement should be… https://t.co/kogWNUfovG
14th Oct2018: North Korean art confounds expectations about socialist realism https://t.co/LccEOYSOqq
14th Oct2018: The next recession https://t.co/LpZcQQUv6Z
14th Oct2018: Why have humans never found aliens? https://t.co/2tIVRPq9yM
14th Oct2018: Jair Bolsonaro is poised to win Brazil’s presidency https://t.co/5miJ3DnNnn
14th Oct2018: Rape in war is complex. It can be used as a weapon by armies and militias or to forge bonds between the fighters. B… https://t.co/HBhWH7SkYm
14th Oct2018: A debate between a writer and a fact-checker seems unlikely fodder for the stage. But “The Lifespan of a Fact” turn… https://t.co/lQ2MbkLPfP
14th Oct2018: The film’s director links Bill Murray’s cameo appearances in other people’s lives to the actor’s improvisational co… https://t.co/4FULxTv3wa
14th Oct2018: Some plants nurture soil bacteria that keep them healthy https://t.co/7opEINXnx3
14th Oct2018: London’s financial flows are polluted by laundered money https://t.co/8kSMO29DGY
14th Oct2018: Many deep-sea fish are covered in the blackest known material—a defence against bioluminescent predators… https://t.co/DIZQGxcbM2
14th Oct2018: The psychology behind playground design https://t.co/tALxj3WHxt From @1843mag
14th Oct2018: A timely and instructive new book tracks the usage of “the American dream” and “America first” in newspapers, books… https://t.co/STNHZSA5Rl
14th Oct2018: The activist left of the Democratic Party would certainly rally against Mr Bloomberg. But that does not rule out hi… https://t.co/JXL3rE5QlY
14th Oct2018: In 1969 an anthropologist showed a tribe in Papua New Guinea photographs of themselves for the first time. They wer… https://t.co/ghFDJWzb9D
14th Oct2018: If Saudi Arabia did kill the journalist, it would be a brutal message to dissidents: the state can reach you anywhe… https://t.co/yUGkkcg1pB
14th Oct2018: This term the justices have steered clear of hot-button issues likely to divide them ideologically https://t.co/hEgdxYosVe
13th Oct2018: Ultra-long-haul routes might be the only viable way to make 10,000-mile itineraries profitable https://t.co/b0CT1b6XnK
13th Oct2018: Europe should create a genuine digital single market https://t.co/BzEfNEOqFR
13th Oct2018: Armies that switch from voluntary recruitment to the forcible sort tend to become more sexually violent https://t.co/5P4BiAlqAP
13th Oct2018: Food-delivery apps in India offer many “exclusive” specials, such as free delivery. To their cost https://t.co/67Uti5G8X4
13th Oct2018: For every ten white voters that cast ballots in 2016, fewer than seven Latino voters did so https://t.co/xoHcWIWreo
13th Oct2018: The roots of one particular tomato plant have been found to release compounds that encourage bacteria growth in soil https://t.co/89r7v1Q0jC
13th Oct2018: It is hard to imagine the prime minister bursting into tears in public. On this week’s “The Economist asks” podcast… https://t.co/ugseC7cOyB
13th Oct2018: The Tory conference was two events rolled into one: an annual meeting and a reunion of the pro-Brexit movement https://t.co/r2NdSla5Fz
13th Oct2018: Synthetic cannabinoids hit the same brain receptors as cannabis but are much more potent and addictive https://t.co/48zZVseTQ6
13th Oct2018: Subscription services are attractive to younger customers; they offer access to new things without lengthy financia… https://t.co/4rPOroSMiK
13th Oct2018: A reduction in migration goes some way towards explaining the fall of cash in circulation https://t.co/QBXVqHowHU
13th Oct2018: Debating tournaments remain dominated by elite private schools https://t.co/7iiW7ZddHx
13th Oct2018: Bavarian conservatives have an almost religious belief that no party should exist to their political right https://t.co/61TDFaMlBA
13th Oct2018: Where “Press” hits closest to home is in the deranged self-importance of many reporters https://t.co/OMAePK4wIS
13th Oct2018: The purchase of Wembley stadium by an American could give English football a much needed injection of cash https://t.co/ge3AN1R9o8
13th Oct2018: Why are hurricanes getting worse? https://t.co/ovDk1CrjzF
13th Oct2018: The failure of Google’s social network left the search giant nonplussed https://t.co/4ixPNKHI7W
13th Oct2018: For most Canadians, the legalisation of weed will be an anticlimax https://t.co/7ku0XFLLBs
13th Oct2018: In 2050 greenhouse emissions from agriculture in a vegan world would be 70% lower than in a world where people ate… https://t.co/e9z8cqYixz
13th Oct2018: A quarter of British adults will suffer from a mental illness at some point in their lives. There is a growing body… https://t.co/2g7FBpne7V
13th Oct2018: Supervision in Britain of firms that set up other companies is so weak it makes the British Virgin Islands look rob… https://t.co/gZsTDCzN8l
13th Oct2018: There have been four global recessions since 1980, and the next could come at any moment https://t.co/Ech1wshjIG
13th Oct2018: Increasingly well-looked after pets mean higher costs for owners https://t.co/6FFguki4LD
13th Oct2018: A moving account of an Iranian family’s thwarted quest to find “both freedom and roots” in Sweden https://t.co/7iUaYe6WDT
13th Oct2018: Donald Trump has asserted he built his empire from a $1m loan from his father. It turns out it may have been fifty… https://t.co/4JfOOAn9bi
13th Oct2018: America’s strong dollar is making emerging markets’ debts costlier to service https://t.co/9a3d9qKqzr
13th Oct2018: Can the global economy both grow and go green? Listen to this week’s “Babbage” podcast https://t.co/1p10wyIayB https://t.co/v7FKLHLv1T
13th Oct2018: Some British fund managers worried a fully Dutch Unilever would be shut off from the FTSE 100 index https://t.co/9i1T8OgdN8
13th Oct2018: Why do economies grow? Paul Romer and William Nordhaus helped further understanding of that question https://t.co/SBJvUXU8tf
13th Oct2018: Turkey’s democracy is flawed by European standards, but it is a paragon compared with most Arab regimes https://t.co/pr8v5okknW
13th Oct2018: The World Bank unveiled a new measure of human capital for 157 countries. It is still hobbled by gaps in data and u… https://t.co/j7YvPa4mmJ
13th Oct2018: In recent months Mr Bloomberg has positioned himself firmly back in the camp of the Democratic Party https://t.co/xek1RvgvDU
13th Oct2018: Permitting a rise in global temperature of two degrees could see an extra 420m people exposed to record heat https://t.co/8l9E7uMdo6
13th Oct2018: Climate change is unsettling Svalbard https://t.co/NDyCVuUfLk
13th Oct2018: “Populism is simply a new way to imagine capitalism without its harder edges” says Slavoj Zizek, a Marxist philosop… https://t.co/2PDkEVVh1F
13th Oct2018: Between 1986 and 2017 the suicide rate among over-60s in Britain dropped by 60%, while rates among other age groups… https://t.co/oSg8BWsBWN
13th Oct2018: Hurricane Michael is one of the strongest storms ever to hit the American mainland. In the future hurricanes are on… https://t.co/zkSVPn6pje
13th Oct2018: In the United States around 22 military veterans kill themselves every day. MDMA could help those who suffer from P… https://t.co/jyNLDknXNP
13th Oct2018: Some people think that technological civilisations destroy themselves before they can make their presence known in… https://t.co/yn2mrJZs77
13th Oct2018: What “Bad Times at the El Royale” badly needs is more time https://t.co/wXssgSeeQU
13th Oct2018: Many Brazilians voted for Jair Bolsonaro not because they like him but because they think the PT is worse https://t.co/wjuKn7aYf8
13th Oct2018: Transport unions are throwing their weight about across Europe https://t.co/oLqfIHLLnI
13th Oct2018: Paul Samuelson argued that the scale of potential losses could also rise with the number of bets https://t.co/7MFYY8qjTb
13th Oct2018: America spends 17% of GDP on health care, the highest of any rich country. But the average life expectancy does not… https://t.co/8dGe0RhAWC
13th Oct2018: What it means if Saudi Arabia murdered a journalist in Turkey https://t.co/JDotQoL0UP
13th Oct2018: Trying to sell beer in Muslim Niger https://t.co/R0Z6kFcEtw
13th Oct2018: Did Saudi Arabia kill Jamal Khashoggi? https://t.co/X8zR73MnNT
13th Oct2018: From Mary Beard to Melvyn Bragg, Britain has a great ability to churn out people who can spread intellectual sweetn… https://t.co/UFcHCzXPOe
13th Oct2018: Life is tough in Svalbard, and climate change is making it tougher https://t.co/eD9QjLKhZN
13th Oct2018: Is it time to automate politicians? https://t.co/G55g1HRJJd
13th Oct2018: More than 15,000 Eritreans have entered Ethiopia in the first two weeks. Nobody knows how long the border will stay… https://t.co/cUtDJd48Cv
13th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/Eiu1m1EuiO
13th Oct2018: People work longer and later because they cannot get stuff done at the office, a new management book argues https://t.co/TJnEaAkf3N
13th Oct2018: Around 5,000 people continue to abandon Venezuela every day https://t.co/mSNhxKHaBy
13th Oct2018: Super-long-haul flights are snaffling customers from Gulf “superconnectors” https://t.co/90fRXRlOk7
13th Oct2018: The two countries’ relations are long overdue a bracing dose of honesty https://t.co/SObrUlOn1Y
13th Oct2018: Understanding why it happens could help prevent rape in war, and make it easier to prosecute the culprits https://t.co/x75nCF7tDC
13th Oct2018: The show is a reflection of the country today, a chauvinist place full of strong women https://t.co/wwCub9DMBA
13th Oct2018: When Britons voted to leave the EU they had no say in what sort of Brexit they wanted. It has become clear that a s… https://t.co/5gJhepCsPI
13th Oct2018: As well as acting as a deterrent, publicising Russia’s spying could make Western populations more resilient to disi… https://t.co/VbZDTfcFBR
13th Oct2018: The NHS is an increasingly sick patient with many ailments for which a quick injection of cash is not the answer https://t.co/CGboPrZ2VF
13th Oct2018: Israel does not sell China military hardware, but technology such as artifical intelligence and cyber-security is a… https://t.co/sN8LP1zoYZ
13th Oct2018: “Beautiful Boy” understands something many films about addiction do not: the way it erases people https://t.co/kLLe6DFY5l
13th Oct2018: “Theatre has a huge responsibility right now,” says Leigh Silverman, director of “The Lifespan of a Fact” https://t.co/ZPRFcTMAzE
13th Oct2018: Turkish officials say that Jamal Khashoggi was killed by Saudi Arabia. The kingdom denies this https://t.co/xCwvS5fTMS
13th Oct2018: Five months before his disappearance, journalist Jamal Khashoggi gave an interview to The Economist in which he out… https://t.co/4kOUfZMqBw
13th Oct2018: Propaganda authorities in China have made local media report more positively about the Chinese economy https://t.co/PCUibRgQLz
13th Oct2018: Turnout rates for Latinos were 20 points lower than for white Americans in 2016 https://t.co/jQsOkGnzyY
13th Oct2018: The Saudi regime should listen to its critics, not silence them https://t.co/0HCQOAnAop
13th Oct2018: There is broad agreement among American bureaucrats, businessmen and both political parties that it is time to call… https://t.co/llOk2DgQDs
13th Oct2018: Voluntary resignations in the NHS have grown by over 50% from 2011-12 to 2017-18; workload is increasingly the cause https://t.co/7nVQTzzNuF
13th Oct2018: Fright in stockmarkets reflects a divergent world economy. But policymakers are ill-prepared for bad economic news https://t.co/OWc5kwWTmp
12th Oct2018: Saudis snap up property in Turkey in case things go wrong back home https://t.co/WtDmo9NfDg
12th Oct2018: People are setting aside thousands for their pets with strict budgeting and financial modelling https://t.co/HvqRzkfRQT
12th Oct2018: American news outlets reported that Turkey had cut a deal with America to have Mr Brunson released https://t.co/nkGxJmp508
12th Oct2018: Indian food-delivery apps are subsidising their meals to attract customers https://t.co/LyTDjQKLJY
12th Oct2018: The legal barriers to conviction for money-laundering in Britain are daunting https://t.co/EmbDdAqf50
12th Oct2018: In 23 out of the 26 mid-term elections held since 1911, the president’s party has lost ground in the House https://t.co/kPrehgeIjM
12th Oct2018: Less than a quarter of reported peacetimes rapes are gang rapes. In war the figure is estimated to be 75% or higher https://t.co/pvSUZxHtK0
12th Oct2018: Will Michael Bloomberg run for president? https://t.co/u3pABv0His
12th Oct2018: The little-used social network Google+ ends amid claims of a cover-up. A bug made private information visible https://t.co/FMvHwU31l5
12th Oct2018: Turkey releases Andrew Brunson after two years https://t.co/hZbm0G96fh
12th Oct2018: Spending on health in England is up 15% in real terms since 2010, but there remain some worrying problems https://t.co/1QDb9tWTAj
12th Oct2018: “What We Owe”, the Swedish-Iranian economist and social entrepreneur’s second book, is above all a family story https://t.co/T43abfvjby
12th Oct2018: “Bad Times at the El Royale” is unpredictable and genre-bending, but sacrifices character development for spectacle https://t.co/Fp63RDoSsj
12th Oct2018: Britain’s NHS has staggered through some tough years https://t.co/1skNDT67Sl
12th Oct2018: What can today’s politicians learn from Churchill’s successes and his mistakes? @annemcelvoy asks @aroberts_andrew,… https://t.co/xS8puVxJMW
12th Oct2018: The economic and political environment is more forbidding today than in 2007 https://t.co/GihhW3iChu
12th Oct2018: Gains for right-leaning parties make Brazil’s incoming congress the most conservative since the end of the dictator… https://t.co/T1USnaiIsq
12th Oct2018: The psychology behind playground design https://t.co/qeM6xVrMuz From @1843mag
12th Oct2018: Marine Le Pen is making a political comeback after ditching her plan to hold a referendum on EU membership https://t.co/HNlH5OI701
12th Oct2018: Elon Musk has called short-sellers “haters”, “jerks” and “not supersmart”. Research suggests these insults are unde… https://t.co/OeochLqxHP
12th Oct2018: Once he gets going, Brett Kavanaugh may help to redefine America for decades to come https://t.co/YS4qSBtIrp
12th Oct2018: Flexitarianism is growing much faster than the number of people deeply committed to a vegan diet https://t.co/u4tiXfUhqU
12th Oct2018: In “Behold America” the protagonists are not people but two expressions: “the American dream” and “America first” https://t.co/NO1MGc0ZFE
12th Oct2018: More sympathetic workplaces would be good for workers’ mental health, as well as for productivity https://t.co/d9LNWcaTE4
12th Oct2018: Tariffs and political pressure are unlikely to make firms “reshore” electronics manufacturing from China to America https://t.co/TqbQZq08kC
12th Oct2018: Scots would back independence in the event of a “no deal” Brexit, suggests a poll. But the SNP’s top brass are wary… https://t.co/KcjSzbggCu
12th Oct2018: Britain must do more to tackle dirty money https://t.co/O967y4pyg4
12th Oct2018: Synthetic cannabinoids hit the same brain receptors as cannabis but are much more potent and addictive https://t.co/yoy9ILZzD4
12th Oct2018: Action now might still avert the worst of climate change. But how likely is that? https://t.co/S0Yx8O2Rbl
12th Oct2018: MDMA could be a game-changing treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. For one army veteran in America, the dr… https://t.co/vN76ElhH4j
12th Oct2018: Why do economies grow? Thanks to this year’s Nobel prize winners for economics, the profession is closer to finding… https://t.co/cH1Oj8bRGp
12th Oct2018: Neither federal nor provincial governments are prepared to cope with demand for legal cannabis. Consumers will turn… https://t.co/HvRX5HYKo7
12th Oct2018: If current trends continue, obese children will soon outnumber those who are undernourished https://t.co/kWopJiiAth
12th Oct2018: Moscow rages as an independent Ukrainian church becomes more likely https://t.co/1klWWmHitp
12th Oct2018: Donald Trump has long claimed that he is a self-made billionaire. The New York Times has concluded he "appropriated… https://t.co/xuN2ytbaWo
12th Oct2018: The rise of Jair Bolsonaro reflects widespread discontent, but not a demand for military rule https://t.co/0xSn9qaMCl
12th Oct2018: “Press” is littered with inaccuracies, which viewing journalists revelled in https://t.co/Q93yI3yLPK
12th Oct2018: If he is elected, Jair Bolsonaro might loosen gun control and roll back environmental legislation https://t.co/xvA1fbbc8d
12th Oct2018: The Christian bakers declined an order for a cake that would have displayed the words "Support Gay Marriage" https://t.co/Qg0aCXLp9E
12th Oct2018: “Bad Times at the El Royale” is fun, but utterly exhausting https://t.co/GftDkuq5vZ
12th Oct2018: The shrinking number of pupils in government schools are an embarrassment to chief ministers https://t.co/XVsOOpYTZ3
12th Oct2018: According to John Stuart Mill, “The Principles of Political Economy” was “a joint production with my wife” https://t.co/7G96CLIyN4
12th Oct2018: How MDMA is being used to tread PTSD https://t.co/8lC2p0y3RM
12th Oct2018: Mr Khashoggi was part of the Saudi elite, close to the royal family, and stressed his criticism of the regime was c… https://t.co/VOsgTnpZ0o
12th Oct2018: David Quantick, a screenwriter on “The Thick Of It” and “Veep”, has suggested that McFadden’s Cold War is a continu… https://t.co/hJrzUZDMGD
12th Oct2018: In “The Bill Murray Stories”, the actor is “teaching us how to live”; reminding us to go with the flow and to be in… https://t.co/tgfosSalRz
12th Oct2018: Almost all of Britain’s withdrawal agreement from the EU is settled, except for the problem of the Irish border https://t.co/8cz1gh11Vz
12th Oct2018: India has near imperial power in the kingdom, and throws its weight about in Bhutanese politics https://t.co/ZGbcOaNECE
12th Oct2018: What can the rest of the world learn from Costa Rica in terms of decarbonisation? @kncukier asks @MonicaArayaTica… https://t.co/JFPKFBs8n8
12th Oct2018: Because American health-care costs are so high, making the government assume them all would require a huge increase… https://t.co/vEbSaG5lmq
12th Oct2018: It is too early to assume no aliens exist https://t.co/lPigcaVb2T
12th Oct2018: Toxic politics will make international co-operation harder during the next recession https://t.co/mrHhTF8IBc
12th Oct2018: Selling experiences over “stuff” is a popular strategy for attracting millennial consumers https://t.co/dHOqXLfuoM
12th Oct2018: A bit surprisingly, one of the best things about the “Story of Yanxi Palace”, a television drama about an 18th-cent… https://t.co/XjQPguRJb0
12th Oct2018: As recently as October 7th Mr Khan held out hope that “friendly countries” would stump up loans, sparing him the em… https://t.co/KXFm2rCAOp
12th Oct2018: How modern bio-energy helps reduce global warming https://t.co/B1FyjjZRdh
12th Oct2018: Does “mindfulness” no longer play a part in Indian life? https://t.co/3pcZWqEZAq
12th Oct2018: Could the dictator really be thinking of giving up nukes in favour of economic development? https://t.co/jwSgyczUec
12th Oct2018: Britain is not doing enough to tackle dirty capital flows. That could further undermine the legitimacy of capitalism https://t.co/DoSo9s2uEC
12th Oct2018: Russia will be watching closely as Ukrainians go to the polls https://t.co/6IepdyNHVz
12th Oct2018: Objections based on realism seem disingenuous when the doctor in question is a time-travelling alien with two hearts https://t.co/aDd3syfFM2
12th Oct2018: To maintain services as austerity bites, Britain’s local authorities are turning themselves into businesses https://t.co/sry2cNjt9t
12th Oct2018: Brazil is shaping up for a unique kind of financial crisis https://t.co/vbUb4UqiB4
12th Oct2018: Israeli security officials are growing uneasy with China’s involvement in infrastructure projects and access to tec… https://t.co/QbMUvbMHPP
12th Oct2018: Conservatives have long complained that Republican appointees tend to drift to the left. Data on judicial records s… https://t.co/4JWBLtCxZd
12th Oct2018: The annoying habits of highly effective people https://t.co/I9udfNjry4
12th Oct2018: Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://t.co/p4qcZVybv1
12th Oct2018: The average adult migrant from the European Economic Area yielded £2,370 more for the Treasury in 2017 than the ave… https://t.co/1q54VmWB6h
12th Oct2018: In America, voters reliably express buyer’s remorse in mid-term elections https://t.co/DH28KJ0imH
12th Oct2018: Economic inequality has only ever been rectified by warfare, revolution, state collapse and plague, argues Walter Scheidel #OpenFuture
12th Oct2018: The Republican incumbent, Barbara Comstock, has voted with President Trump nearly 98% of the time https://t.co/1DIvsruZMk
12th Oct2018: The case before the justices boils down to how harshly government can treat immigrants https://t.co/yiOJ0xKtZd
12th Oct2018: Super-long-haul flights are snaffling customers from Gulf “superconnectors” https://t.co/kSvsOlCboT
12th Oct2018: Democrats need to decide what “Medicare for all” actually means https://t.co/pbGGmunWKF
12th Oct2018: The Saudis must provide answers about Jamal Khashoggi’s fate, or the world will assume the worst https://t.co/idtdCilAFg
12th Oct2018: Eritreans are able to leave the country freely for the first time in years, without permits or the risk of being sh… https://t.co/ISZGFX17pA
12th Oct2018: Brazil is shaping up for a unique kind of financial crisis https://t.co/PDY2MK4PQI
12th Oct2018: Istanbul has become a haven for Arab émigrés. After the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, they may feel less safe https://t.co/czSwlBOuP9
12th Oct2018: The Trump administration’s more adversarial posture toward China is overdue, popular and probably irreversible https://t.co/0nI9Zc5UYu
12th Oct2018: The annoying habits of highly effective people https://t.co/aF1UrJRogx
12th Oct2018: "Press" follows the Herald, a liberal, overly-earnest broadsheet, and the Post, a hard-nosed tabloid https://t.co/O4rItbYRN6
12th Oct2018: Conservatives have long complained that Republican appointees tend to drift to the left. Data on judicial records s… https://t.co/eo3Gr0090S
12th Oct2018: Many ethnic Russians living in Latvia feel that only a party of their own can represent them https://t.co/qIREFOPUNk
12th Oct2018: Melvyn Bragg, the host of the BBC’s intellectual discussion programme, has had no truck with cultural self-flagella… https://t.co/E9B0nRrHdF
12th Oct2018: Bill Murray, it seems, treats other people’s social events just as he treats the films he graces with cameos https://t.co/0rDfhBEsaK
12th Oct2018: Some deep-sea predators hunt with flashlights. In response, their prey have evolved Vantablack invisibility cloaks… https://t.co/EYV54iaMZB
12th Oct2018: Can the government wait years to begin removal proceedings against a green-card holder on the basis of an old convi… https://t.co/UzBPdJ1xB9
12th Oct2018: The Big Mac is sold in over 120 countries. The Economist created the "Big Mac index" in 1986 as a means of comparin… https://t.co/c9JCkTqdwd
11th Oct2018: Brett Kavanaugh will be more likely than his predecessor to permit states to curtail abortion access https://t.co/agTseJuHuG
11th Oct2018: America looks an outlier among rich countries, with its growth speeding up dramatically. But the country’s boom wil… https://t.co/8HNDO0SwBr
11th Oct2018: Super-long-haul services are not aimed at the average flier, but rather business-class travellers https://t.co/HMGvzRG16E
11th Oct2018: Western intelligence agencies have long known of Russia’s activities. What is new is their decision to publicise th… https://t.co/kxO41AkJW5
11th Oct2018: Subscribe to The Economist today with our introductory offer and get a free Economist notebook… https://t.co/jRTN8WShfR
11th Oct2018: Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://t.co/1AVwQmlfZ0
11th Oct2018: With each passing day, it seems more likely that Saudi Arabia’s government killed the dissident journalist https://t.co/NCoXippmPa
11th Oct2018: Decades of searching has amounted to the equivalent of dipping a bath tub into Earth’s oceans at random, to see if… https://t.co/uGpA6P5u4r
11th Oct2018: One poll showed Jennifer Wexton, a Democrat, ahead by 12 points https://t.co/YnjUToiQzk
11th Oct2018: The question of how harshly government can treat immigrants seems to turn on the meaning of a single word: “when” https://t.co/f8L4FJ1nXn
11th Oct2018: A Supreme Court immigration case turns on the meaning of a single word https://t.co/fMCOfmHLpQ
11th Oct2018: Young Canadians are the most avid users of cannabis in the rich world https://t.co/sP9yZzy4qh
11th Oct2018: “Press” offers a look at journalism’s wretched side https://t.co/ZcVwebEGJW
11th Oct2018: America is the only rich country to lack universal coverage for healthcare. But the current system cannot be reinve… https://t.co/VHJtNUxLv5
11th Oct2018: The value of cash in circulation has dropped for seven months straight, puzzling numismatists https://t.co/kSJeehoqqA
11th Oct2018: Starting from almost nothing, private firms account today for about 80% of industrial output, 90% of exports and ne… https://t.co/StW5oKaTuC
11th Oct2018: The maritime hubbub is an attempt to push back against China’s claim to the entire South China Sea, which a UN trib… https://t.co/4FgkzWgxqN
11th Oct2018: Donald Trump is speaking to a growing sense of insecurity some men feel about their diminished power https://t.co/BKqh0FYxu1
11th Oct2018: Schemes to stay in one union overshadowed plans to leave another at the Scottish National Party’s conference in Gla… https://t.co/4JUiCX2H88
11th Oct2018: For all the rebuffs to Chequers at home and from the EU, Theresa May’s advisers are quietly confident https://t.co/2Btzt1CTCc
11th Oct2018: Singapore Airlines has reinstated the world’s longest flight, a 15,329km, 19-hour schlep between Singapore and New… https://t.co/MNU6JUVboa
11th Oct2018: Chinese brands are increasingly the targets of foreign "squatters" https://t.co/yIWtllFfSo
11th Oct2018: German conservatives have learned to stop imitating their anti-migration rivals and have started criticising them i… https://t.co/f3WZnfen6d
11th Oct2018: As the war in Ukraine drags into its fifth year there is still no end in sight https://t.co/dMiwXenRjq
11th Oct2018: If Jamal Khashoggi has been killed, it will strengthen the sense that Muhammad bin Salman is a rogue rather than a… https://t.co/7gW9hPM9JR
11th Oct2018: .@coldwar_steve asked Downing Street if he might be the creative director of Theresa May’s mooted festival of Brexi… https://t.co/xxyIb6cA5h
11th Oct2018: In the presidential election Hillary Clinton carried the district, which is fast turning blue https://t.co/t0Ztx7nutT
11th Oct2018: Why London is ideal for money-laundering. And how to stop it https://t.co/lAMjFvf5tx
11th Oct2018: Tumbling stockmarkets reflect justified worries about the world economy https://t.co/wdBxlFpUaj
11th Oct2018: The S&P 500 share price index fell by over 3% yesterday, its worst day in eight months. Stockmarkets in Asia have f… https://t.co/cZit6duwBg
11th Oct2018: This week’s cartoon from KAL https://t.co/XBGnIb63oF
11th Oct2018: Nearly 75% of Americans like the idea of “Medicare for all”. But the details of health policy resemble brain surgery https://t.co/Hgqum9YcTd
11th Oct2018: The return of the world’s longest flight https://t.co/D3tIMPWYV0
11th Oct2018: Germany’s potato harvest is 25% smaller than usual this year https://t.co/48ZK3Z0Rkl
11th Oct2018: The average adult migrant from the European Economic Area yielded £2,370 more for the Treasury in 2017 than the ave… https://t.co/z7GRqbUqiT
11th Oct2018: A Democrat leads in Virginia’s 10th https://t.co/sIBcB4Z7dM
11th Oct2018: Firms are placing an emphasis on transparency to better align with millennial tastes https://t.co/83mlEuARXd
11th Oct2018: Interest in wind propulsion is growing as a way to slash fuel bills https://t.co/I17BxMQ2lz
11th Oct2018: As the bombs fall across Europe, the protagonist veers from naïve and romantic to violent and despairing https://t.co/6AdgNQ7sim
11th Oct2018: A docket of smaller-stakes cases this year limits the potential impact of Justice Kavanaugh’s ascent https://t.co/hXC1HnjKPs
11th Oct2018: Nearly 800 of the state legislators who will decide on redistricting after 2020 will be elected on November 6th https://t.co/xv6McLLUd4
11th Oct2018: In America, victory for retailers over premium credit cards is far from certain https://t.co/ZKTFJQnAsv
11th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/iSuKhFtobQ
11th Oct2018: The world must prepare for the next recession, before it is too late. Our cover this week https://t.co/WDIFxxtLMe https://t.co/9qcgRpYxCs
11th Oct2018: Why do NFL players struggle to get guaranteed money? https://t.co/whXTp701SE
11th Oct2018: Hard-core Tory Brexiteers exercise a gravitational pull on the party, persuading otherwise sensible politicians to… https://t.co/AMjAWQETxK
11th Oct2018: Software firm Basecamp encourages JOMO, the joy of missing out https://t.co/XeS2v7hxQf
11th Oct2018: The weight placed on the top-five economics journals overestimates the quality of some papers and underestimates ot… https://t.co/HuZtmh32Z0
11th Oct2018: The low turnout showed the Romanian Orthodox Church has less influence than thought, a think-tank director said https://t.co/Lnc734muIx
11th Oct2018: Coventry in Britain was paired with Stalingrad (now Volgograd) in the former Soviet Union in 1944 https://t.co/e7Sswy892n
11th Oct2018: It is better to have big classes taught by excellent teachers than smaller groups taught by mediocre ones https://t.co/PLFMoM4SnN
11th Oct2018: With a Labour Party increasingly setting the economic agenda, the next leader of the Conservative Party will need s… https://t.co/chF1dxuuAu
11th Oct2018: Japan relies heavily on the sea for food and insists it has the right to sustainably hunt everything in it https://t.co/JZhDpjBwvU
11th Oct2018: Slavoj Zizek, a Marxist philosopher, explains his concept of an “post-humanity” and the changing nature of social p… https://t.co/cxLVDKPNt9
11th Oct2018: The main opposition parties are in disarray—the product, in part, of a relentless barrage of lawsuits fired at them… https://t.co/7qSq9TxnYX
11th Oct2018: Finland regards Portugal’s tax laws as unfair competition https://t.co/yksnRTRQSn
11th Oct2018: “Breasts and Eggs” set out Mieko Kawakami’s fictional stall. It is anchored by female characters with rich and comp… https://t.co/nbEianuwrD
11th Oct2018: Jair Bolsonaro encourages police to kill criminals and regards the dictators of the 1970s and 1980s as role models https://t.co/DOdSEWTIjK
11th Oct2018: The winners have blazed trails that scholars continue to follow—to the benefit of both economics and humanity https://t.co/dgMUUN7Occ
11th Oct2018: Could data be the secret weapon in the battle against strokes? https://t.co/ltXh0jcO97
11th Oct2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/eLhONIcQj0
11th Oct2018: Was the martini glass deliberately designed to spill its contents? https://t.co/rSjNv7K3gn From @1843mag
11th Oct2018: Poachers kill around 100 African elephants every day for their tusks. Where does the ivory end up? https://t.co/TfN9ipkAfe
11th Oct2018: It is unusual, and refreshing, to see an addiction film that has such little interest in psychoanalysing its subject https://t.co/3vVHYQtzTj
11th Oct2018: An eponymous exhibition at the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein is a first draft of her creative history https://t.co/4vAbZBzKWs
11th Oct2018: The deep ocean is full of glowing animals. Some light up to escape or distract their predators. Others light up to… https://t.co/w1vPF03kPt
11th Oct2018: If large retailers succeed in breaking the “honour all cards” rule, it could herald a much bigger change https://t.co/NTXOoTN7AS
11th Oct2018: What happens when “deepfake” videos, created using machine learning, enter the world of political propaganda? Liste… https://t.co/Ae93bVQd2W
11th Oct2018: Films about comedians have struggled to get the balance right between private pain and the joy they bring to the pu… https://t.co/tP4gMM0ujm
11th Oct2018: Markets are nervous about Indian shadow banking, and shares in other non-bank lenders have collapsed https://t.co/AlXFZoVXoc
11th Oct2018: It can take doctors hours to analyse brain scans when diagnosing stroke victims. A new data-driven technology is cu… https://t.co/Xn1VoJFOqm
11th Oct2018: The largest sums of Chinese cash have flowed into western Europe https://t.co/tmFIEruA1X
11th Oct2018: Voters are discovering that Imran Khan cannot fix things quite as quickly or easily as he promised https://t.co/jK33T6LMV5
11th Oct2018: Jodie Whittaker’s gender, race or religion are irrelevant; what matters is whether she is a convincing incarnation https://t.co/avnTalotjy
11th Oct2018: A pitiful turnout blocks an anti-gay marriage move in Romania https://t.co/vwjPW9u4D3
11th Oct2018: Women seem to be damned whatever they do. Speak loudly and they are deemed shrill; speak softly and they are meek https://t.co/n4A9pclckt
11th Oct2018: Most of the debate around competition has been focused on America, but it is increasingly a global problem… https://t.co/mwualFS72s
11th Oct2018: When corporations open their wallets to politicians, the public loses https://t.co/YordabWrWH
11th Oct2018: Daphne Caruana Galizia was Malta’s most dogged and controversial journalist. Last year she was murdered. Why?… https://t.co/wWbJdyiqj1
11th Oct2018: With America in the throes of an opioid crisis, “Beautiful Boy” is resonant. But often it is too aware of its appos… https://t.co/fjpt9Hnm8K
11th Oct2018: Some retailers want to be able to pick and choose which Visa or Mastercard or American Express cards they accept https://t.co/OSKYsv5RHu
11th Oct2018: To Brătescu, a line was like a dance on the page https://t.co/28zPjm09Ih
11th Oct2018: Letting Earth warm beyond 1.5°C presents a serious danger to humans and other species, the report found https://t.co/2e4z9Zyg08
10th Oct2018: In 2016, Chinese investment in the European Union jumped to nearly €36bn, up from €20bn in 2015 https://t.co/oVscXS0bNk
10th Oct2018: Germany’s potato harvest is 25% smaller than usual this year https://t.co/HE3jBn0YfS
10th Oct2018: Imran Khan had hoped that “friendly countries” would stump up loans, sparing him the embarrassment of turning to th… https://t.co/oPXmlixcHq
10th Oct2018: There were at least two periods when Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis interbred, resulting in lasting benefit… https://t.co/tZD27WWsqp
10th Oct2018: Twinning is more practical today, as cities share solutions and technical expertise https://t.co/6cYJDhLvI0
10th Oct2018: Advocates argue that debating inspires fluency and confidence that will serve children in the future https://t.co/AiQArqLlSk
10th Oct2018: What does the state of corporate competition look like in America, Britain and Mexico? #OpenFuture https://t.co/x6BfE0kchT
10th Oct2018: Many credit cards may be forced to cut back on perks https://t.co/vOPA1XR8M4
10th Oct2018: Firms can use political ties to squash competition and weaken rules that protect consumers https://t.co/RU9ixPKpmS
10th Oct2018: “The traditional authoritarian master is making a comeback, even if it is a clown” says Slavoj Zizek #OpenFuture https://t.co/TfIAEWSNja
10th Oct2018: Brazilians are turning to a politician-provocateur more notable for the extremism of his rhetoric than for anything… https://t.co/yo4OWofiKs
10th Oct2018: Some deep-sea animals use bioluminescence to hunt. To escape their searchlights, others hide under a black invisibi… https://t.co/kdseX5FPQ0
10th Oct2018: Imran Khan had been desperately seeking alternatives to an IMF bail-out. No longer https://t.co/dqg0hb2NhF
10th Oct2018: A data-driven technology is giving doctors a winning edge in the battle against strokes https://t.co/zHvDM7fYLG
10th Oct2018: Chinese investment in Europe is increasing https://t.co/mTt4otVbP0
10th Oct2018: “Bad Times at the El Royale” is fun, but utterly exhausting https://t.co/e5xVBFe1r2
10th Oct2018: How Brett Kavanaugh will change the Supreme Court https://t.co/wz0ng4MjPn
10th Oct2018: A study found that Facebook triggers the same impulsive part of the brain as gambling or substance abuse… https://t.co/L9vtU3Gj3M
10th Oct2018: Pakistan’s new prime minister turns to the IMF https://t.co/LxQvGTLs0r
10th Oct2018: Bill Murray really does join in strangers’ karaoke sessions or proposes toasts at their stag nights, before slouchi… https://t.co/33uFeAuVW7
10th Oct2018: Gucci reportedly maintains a group of under-30s staff to advise bosses https://t.co/uMXN6ZDvfc
10th Oct2018: The stories behind six boundary-pushing magazine covers https://t.co/0J4sFzhtoM From @1843mag
10th Oct2018: New Orleans embraces writers while they are alive and reveres them when they are gone https://t.co/4NPUZuX8ID
10th Oct2018: Procter & Gamble put in an application to trademark several acronyms including LOL, NBD, WTF and FML for use in its… https://t.co/0lmws9LWSj
10th Oct2018: Britain’s Supreme Court rules in favour of two Christian bakers https://t.co/fXffBsod2N
10th Oct2018: Spice is a chameleon drug. Its strength can vary wildly from batch to batch https://t.co/Fgsy76dN9t
10th Oct2018: General Electric grew bloated from too many overpriced acquisitions https://t.co/giGdPBJ6vn
10th Oct2018: Capitalism is becoming less competitive https://t.co/VvwSMJV7nI
10th Oct2018: Portugal allows pensions from abroad to be drawn tax-free for a decade https://t.co/xeNta6K6Gr
10th Oct2018: The president has dismissed a New York Times investigation that alleges he took part in "dubious" tax schemes as “a… https://t.co/7OR8kqNepr
10th Oct2018: In America bullies pick on “nerds”. In China and South Korea those with poor grades are at a higher risk https://t.co/Fz3cgl0Kzs
10th Oct2018: Players in the National Football League may have to strike to get secure contracts https://t.co/GDVCGx769V
10th Oct2018: On the latest episode of “The Secret History of the Future” @nathanjurgenson, Snapchat’s in-house sociologist, expl… https://t.co/vj0EH2pZed
10th Oct2018: As people grow richer, they consume—and discard—more https://t.co/7a1zIKwGvF
10th Oct2018: If the arrest of Meng Hongwei does involve murky politics in Beijing, there is little to suggest of what kind https://t.co/VGuUGcOOZn
10th Oct2018: Regarding just five economics journals as top-tier is too restrictive https://t.co/MgD3ldaf2Q
10th Oct2018: Political parties in Romania jumped on a conservative bandwagon in an attempt to win voters, but misjudged the polls https://t.co/tDUe4XCjD1
10th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/nH1Id1vN5S
10th Oct2018: “The Bill Murray Stories” chronicles the star’s strange appearing act https://t.co/sZehOP24dH
10th Oct2018: Teachers and parents struggle to recognise the problem of cyber-bullying or to solve it https://t.co/FOp3ZZ4gWv https://t.co/QG8GYzKg7K
10th Oct2018: Nearby neighbourhoods can foster dramatically different outcomes for children, according to new research https://t.co/uaQDARpTL0
10th Oct2018: “The Enfranchisement of Women” first appeared under John Stuart Mill’s name but was reprinted later under the name… https://t.co/KeKcjazpqC
10th Oct2018: The police also appear to be showing less respect for democratic niceties https://t.co/i9Wd6EpQHv
10th Oct2018: There has been speculation that Nikki Haley resigned to preserve her future political viability https://t.co/D5Xm2UnbAX
10th Oct2018: Poking at Europe’s belly and finding it soft, China is testing how far it can push https://t.co/tDZPzsDRzv
10th Oct2018: Mr Roberts calculates that Churchill published 6.1m words in 37 books—more than Shakespeare and Dickens combined https://t.co/6iwYBmWnP3
10th Oct2018: European regulators are looking into Facebook for both privacy and antitrust concerns https://t.co/0Zjgh9l5IZ https://t.co/KvdqkA1nTk
10th Oct2018: Mieko Kawakami lobbed a literary grenade into the fusty, male-dominated world of Japanese fiction with her novella… https://t.co/Q18feol2Ep
10th Oct2018: Governments, whose Paris pledges put the planet on course for 3°C of warming, had better read the report carefully https://t.co/EnVDrW4JmQ
10th Oct2018: It is 1940 and Juliet Armstrong, educated but idealistic, is employed by a mysterious arm of the secret service https://t.co/tGU66qvEMk
10th Oct2018: A study published in 2014 found that fully 70% of representatives were dynasts https://t.co/muR5BWikB7
10th Oct2018: How established firms are winning over millennial consumers https://t.co/hOXaj9LxOZ
10th Oct2018: In Japan more pupils commit suicide on September 1st, just before the start of the new term, than on any other day https://t.co/ZgcuIRgO9Y
10th Oct2018: Many workers appreciate the flexibility of the gig economy https://t.co/I5Jc0blR6K
10th Oct2018: Democrats and Republicans will fight over central Florida, where the changing demography makes electoral outcomes u… https://t.co/IbidkQHx7V
10th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/ptop2ryV7o
10th Oct2018: Some Chinese economists have called SOEs deadweights that gobble up resources https://t.co/17xG3hH9LF
10th Oct2018: For all the expertise gained by the police in monitoring online activity, internet users have become increasingly s… https://t.co/RGW9EfYpaP
10th Oct2018: Should there be curbs on free speech? https://t.co/pk1TabgxtU
10th Oct2018: What began on the playground and in the classroom has moved to social media https://t.co/Ai7Zkzy7ew
10th Oct2018: It is getting hard to sail across the South China Sea without bumping into a warship https://t.co/3i5jl3Sa2r
10th Oct2018: Nikki Haley has remained in the good graces of both Donald Trump and his Republican-establishment opponents https://t.co/EH4BRGlOSt
10th Oct2018: Gita Gopinath will be the first woman to hold the job of top economist at the IMF https://t.co/w2b1RkpA9N
10th Oct2018: Jodie Whittaker shows all the humour, bravery, intelligence and eccentricity required to make a good doctor https://t.co/DxuTJmxZVw
10th Oct2018: Marx’s ideas—about monopolies, rent-seeking and casual labourers—are more relevant than they have been for decades https://t.co/J8GpJqtjEI
10th Oct2018: In Japan more pupils commit suicide on September 1st, just before the start of the new term, than on any other day https://t.co/JmWGuZomd8
10th Oct2018: The report offers four different possible routes to keep global warming below 1.5°C https://t.co/pjWia6iG6T
10th Oct2018: As fewer young Americans learn to drive, and Wi-Fi allows for work on the move, train travel could be due a revival https://t.co/xTdbrY6k4W
10th Oct2018: Bacteria in soil may provide protection to some plants, a finding that could have important implications for agricu… https://t.co/s3SpE04nzm
10th Oct2018: Around 5,000 people continue to abandon Venezuela every day https://t.co/XAiF4AQOfR
10th Oct2018: Many countries are questioning the benefits of globalisation. The nastiest rows occur when immigration enters the e… https://t.co/Cx61mInNY8
9th Oct2018: In Sweden, public opinion is slowly swinging in favour of NATO membership https://t.co/zgniUDQ2t8
9th Oct2018: The book proves that a potent mix of fact and fiction can lend a new perspective on dreadful conflicts https://t.co/vfWNKfTYEj
9th Oct2018: “Writers have to ignore social rules,” says Mieko Kawakami, a Japanese author https://t.co/OM0NNy831l
9th Oct2018: Why we should be reassured by the moral panic over the Croydon Cat Killer. From @1843mag https://t.co/m1BJZQFxza
9th Oct2018: “Restorative” methods have further traumatised victims instead of providing a solution https://t.co/LQBBVvb1cf
9th Oct2018: Where a person is born is an important factor that can determine their life chances in America, a study has found https://t.co/bqgw7Nuvui
9th Oct2018: The American dream doesn’t exist in many neighbourhoods https://t.co/Ne1iFBOgEJ
9th Oct2018: Many Democrats worry that Andrew Gillum, a young, black progressive, is too left-wing to win. But he leads in the p… https://t.co/8EO5vOTp40
9th Oct2018: When corporations open their wallets to politicians, the public loses https://t.co/NZt0x8tssX
9th Oct2018: Letting Earth warm beyond 1.5°C presents a serious danger to humans and other species, the report found https://t.co/z1qSjY93UT
9th Oct2018: Reducing cyber-bullying through legislation is often tricky https://t.co/6h5TV1Crbs https://t.co/BvAMrNKUHd
9th Oct2018: Nikki Haley resigns as America’s ambassador to the UN https://t.co/zSzFYIh4N3
9th Oct2018: A referendum in Romania was viewed as a way of heading off the legalisation of gay marriages in the future https://t.co/22rld90517
9th Oct2018: Some clues on why China arrested the president of Interpol https://t.co/RT8xY89WLZ
9th Oct2018: The fork was surprisingly slow to catch on https://t.co/tIAp3BXYTz From @1843mag
9th Oct2018: Paul Romer and William Nordhaus have improved the way economists think about the operation of impossibly complex, c… https://t.co/XWZyNmg9D4
9th Oct2018: In America chlamydia rates have risen by 98% since 2000. One reason is that people are using condoms less https://t.co/uhkmKngyFv
9th Oct2018: If Jair Bolsonaro becomes president, what will it mean for Brazil’s public-finance crisis? Listen to the latest “Mo… https://t.co/GOpwaSz0z1
9th Oct2018: Florida’s gubernatorial race offers the starkest choice in the midterms https://t.co/FY5oXuwPTQ
9th Oct2018: It is not only animals which may benefit from bacterial shielding https://t.co/fWMes5f0YG
9th Oct2018: Retired foreigners get a sweet deal in Portugal, while locals pay up to 48% tax on their pensions https://t.co/JrsU5SHlHW
9th Oct2018: “We have to be pushed or disturbed into freedom by a master.” Slavoj Zizek challenges perceptions of what ordinary… https://t.co/R8NiD1oLHX
9th Oct2018: Citizens can act as de facto diplomats between twin cities https://t.co/bfkkNrPE8w
9th Oct2018: NFL players get significantly less safety and coverage in their contracts than athletes in other American sports https://t.co/kHLM5CfMRp
9th Oct2018: Some plants nurture soil bacteria that keep them healthy https://t.co/CI18CugNrn
9th Oct2018: Betting markets give Jair Bolsonaro an 83% chance of becoming Brazil’s next president https://t.co/FOFuLlPnIq
9th Oct2018: Whoever steers Britain into its post-Brexit era will face a grim task https://t.co/F8oM29Lk41
9th Oct2018: The Communist Party wants to keep Europe from helping America to contain China’s rise https://t.co/1T9usEvoeD
9th Oct2018: The best films about comedians are challenging, raising the curtain on their performances https://t.co/aLm8bONUNB
9th Oct2018: The stories behind six boundary-pushing magazine covers https://t.co/c4H2TlwCYc From @1843mag
9th Oct2018: Only 44% of viewers thought Channel 4 represented their region fairly, according to Ofcom. A move north ought to he… https://t.co/OzITW5RSPO
9th Oct2018: In 2016, Ohio Republicans won 52% of votes for the House of Representatives, but gained 75% of the seats https://t.co/ksaX7iR7oH
9th Oct2018: Procter and Gamble applied to trademark the acronym LOL earlier this year https://t.co/SCdQ7Gd8Gz
9th Oct2018: Gita Gopinath will be the first woman to hold the job of top economist at the IMF https://t.co/kg3lyGwL6n
9th Oct2018: Vladimir Putin, Viktor Orban and other strongmen are muzzling the media. But a free press should be defended https://t.co/37mzDBWRpf
9th Oct2018: Several institutions in India are treating women a bit less badly https://t.co/uw2Onuw2tg
9th Oct2018: NFL contracts confirm neither the identity of a player’s employer nor his money https://t.co/dkBMPRRJ5B
9th Oct2018: Mieko Kawakami is Japan’s brightest new literary star https://t.co/QQnklaPKqh
9th Oct2018: Vocal fry is found among all sorts of speakers. It just tends to be noticed more often among young women https://t.co/tyuQZxkkK2
9th Oct2018: The gig economy is smaller than you might think, and brings some important benefits https://t.co/S1Lcu5iMLc
9th Oct2018: Publishing in one of the five top-tier economics journals is not a sure sign of quality https://t.co/Ay1Mczd63X
9th Oct2018: Harriet Taylor Mill’s influence on her husband’s work was, by his own estimation, profound https://t.co/nvnyMwVurJ
9th Oct2018: As trade tensions deepen between China and America, both powers are being careful with their name-calling https://t.co/DyJ32oA4Ve
9th Oct2018: Investors often drive firms to break up, believing bosses of liberated divisions will seize market opportunities mo… https://t.co/JRV2Hct0vG
9th Oct2018: Apparently, interest in twinning has increased among British local authorities since the Brexit vote https://t.co/1kQpJdCiAx
9th Oct2018: Australia’s biggest banks are in the dock https://t.co/NnkjVvPmMY
9th Oct2018: How NFL contracts give players so little power https://t.co/SZaZutBQzw
9th Oct2018: Wind-powered ships are making a comeback https://t.co/rhGQCSMtIW
9th Oct2018: Steve Carell offers a compelling portrayal of grief, but it is Timothée Chalamet’s turn that is bound to get the mo… https://t.co/IybaCYXpxT
9th Oct2018: The show needs to escape from the convoluted self-referential plotting that marked the reign of Steven Moffat https://t.co/ciyVLhUTvA
9th Oct2018: Firms seem to seek political connections mainly in order to entrench their market position https://t.co/kS8rmRBrcH
9th Oct2018: One job in five is linked to tourism in Portugal. Welcoming foreign retirees is important for the industry https://t.co/O28tqQG3bV
9th Oct2018: An official report paints Australia’s banks as consumer-crushing oligopolies https://t.co/6xOBgfC8ze
9th Oct2018: In this week’s “Tasting menu” podcast @TristanHarris reveals how design decisions in technology can bring out the w… https://t.co/BP3MmI0mu1
9th Oct2018: The artist had a remarkable facility to turn the mundane into carefully balanced compositions https://t.co/hqBYR8THIW
9th Oct2018: Obituary: Alan Abel died on September 14th https://t.co/keweJGWlLe
9th Oct2018: Why are bees thriving in Cuba? https://t.co/tuuORbdkT0
9th Oct2018: The EU’s need for unanimity makes it easy for China to block the union’s actions by picking off one or two sympathe… https://t.co/tzuMtc3b5y
9th Oct2018: Australian banks now face a reckoning https://t.co/2xWc4ew74J
9th Oct2018: The school bully has moved online and is following children home https://t.co/PI41sOqLDj
9th Oct2018: The Baltics fear European “strategic autonomy” https://t.co/SoP6xyN1Wh
9th Oct2018: Egyptians are upset by Britain’s disregard for a gift https://t.co/RzlYDA226B
9th Oct2018: Among Brexit’s true believers https://t.co/KUYvX4I0YW
9th Oct2018: As schoolyard abuse has migrated online, bullies are now following children home https://t.co/Wy7W0Tf7G8 https://t.co/kzLTq0xndC
9th Oct2018: From #MeToo to #ScrewYou https://t.co/VZuVgaDBS7
9th Oct2018: Thyssenkrupp splits under pressure from activists https://t.co/0G0LicoAm4
9th Oct2018: Comedy could mask sad truths for Gilda Radner, truths at which “Love, Gilda” only hints https://t.co/6Bt5jxEKRb
9th Oct2018: In America bullies pick on “nerds”. In China and South Korea those with poor grades are at a higher risk https://t.co/ADsYLp3uE0
9th Oct2018: Why protests are so common in China https://t.co/0ExNpRhrSX
9th Oct2018: Critics of the fry-panic have also found it in the back catalogues of George W. Bush, Kurt Cobain and Ira Glass https://t.co/tn2vV0KUgn
9th Oct2018: A bail-out for IL&FS raises wider worries about non-bank lenders https://t.co/7749b2d3YV
8th Oct2018: A row over the Tunisian prime minister’s handling of the economy is shaking up the country’s politics https://t.co/ECMUbyr6ks
8th Oct2018: "I had no idea of the depths of her thoughts and feelings," Otto Frank later said of the daughter he discovered in… https://t.co/q5noaJAZcD
8th Oct2018: Matilda‘s refusal to be squashed by ignorant, lazy adults is what makes the novel so thrillingly enjoyable https://t.co/BJRrRNMTNv
8th Oct2018: A better income, improved mental health care and more socialising might all have helped the trend in Britain https://t.co/lxhOATnh2h
8th Oct2018: The website of British Airways needs to become clearer https://t.co/ZrhmcimYen
8th Oct2018: In our podcast “The world ahead” we gaze into the future to better understand the present. In the second episode… https://t.co/yRITNdLHlu
8th Oct2018: Up close and personal with the art of the Pacific https://t.co/k7cBHrbut3 From @1843mag https://t.co/ammwBxD1GA
8th Oct2018: The changing labour market is not necessarily bad news for workers https://t.co/7clbpuIozZ
8th Oct2018: The trend in Britain contrasts with the rest of the world and is puzzling experts https://t.co/NqcVXmKwqn
8th Oct2018: Publication in a top journal is still the surest route to success for economics researchers https://t.co/mTHV2z3dkI
8th Oct2018: Alan Abel put up ads in the subway—“Squid for sale. Harmless and lovable”—to add interest to weary lives https://t.co/pAwYGJr6rn
8th Oct2018: The Nobel prize for economics is awarded for work on the climate and economic growth https://t.co/N0qOVNgdtT
8th Oct2018: A right-wing populist is poised to become Brazil’s next president https://t.co/jGin5Km0lm
8th Oct2018: Suicides among British pensioners are falling https://t.co/cdeJEpE4f9
8th Oct2018: The two countries’ relations are long overdue a bracing dose of honesty https://t.co/1NrIIkm9pR
8th Oct2018: No one expects India’s film industry, where hunky male stars with steroidal salaries still reign supreme, to elimin… https://t.co/1UrTOSzjS4
8th Oct2018: This ambitious reinvention deserves iconic status https://t.co/9vYpDW5TU0
8th Oct2018: Not since Nelson Mandela’s presidency has a national police commissioner left office without being charged with cor… https://t.co/styjtoWQhc
8th Oct2018: Are liberals and populists just searching for a new master? https://t.co/DybxdYBgm4
8th Oct2018: Why Cape Town’s murder rate is rising https://t.co/tCZql3h7om
8th Oct2018: Murdering a critic abroad would be a chilling escalation of Saudi repression https://t.co/ezSdDSKsvc
8th Oct2018: For as long as Brett Kavanaugh sits on the Supreme Court, Democrats will doubt his impartiality https://t.co/5DRsQnf542
8th Oct2018: Women who speak in public are expected to give a no-room-for-error performance never expected of men https://t.co/Wboxo6RQ91
7th Oct2018: China grapples with trademark infringement—of its own brands https://t.co/gjR8spl81B
7th Oct2018: Dealing with China, America goes for Confucian honesty https://t.co/wO5v5IwM0u
7th Oct2018: Russia’s growing threat to north Europe https://t.co/XxTv91406a
7th Oct2018: Women’s voices are judged more harshly than men’s https://t.co/fajnJZRmdu
7th Oct2018: Britons are increasingly turning to tabletop games for entertainment https://t.co/mzW0Nc4wGh
7th Oct2018: The renegotiation of NAFTA is a relief. But it is not a success https://t.co/Wuv1QyOxkA
7th Oct2018: Mr Roberts calculates that Churchill published 6.1m words in 37 books—more than Shakespeare and Dickens combined https://t.co/nzyP1WVFrl
7th Oct2018: Donald Trump’s inheritance https://t.co/IPz995UUwi
7th Oct2018: Turkish police claim that Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul https://t.co/YhrH0oH8k9
7th Oct2018: How governments should deal with the rise of the gig economy https://t.co/QtMsZnV4zU
7th Oct2018: The problem of information security is much older than computers. Examples from the 19th-century—a cyber-attack in… https://t.co/MFDPqKd1x8
7th Oct2018: It is unusual, and refreshing, to see an addiction film that has such little interest in psychoanalysing its subject https://t.co/JKz2CTsNbP
7th Oct2018: An eponymous exhibition at the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein is a first draft of her creative history https://t.co/dmCiKragyJ
7th Oct2018: Discover a richer perspective on the global trends shaping your future with The Economist. Enjoy a 12-week subscrip… https://t.co/TifDQsgmOm
7th Oct2018: Guns that find their way to Cape Town’s murderous gangs often come from the police https://t.co/fRi9WHove1
7th Oct2018: Hard-core Brexiteers are evidence of an ugly turn in British politics towards tub-thumping, no-holds-barred populis… https://t.co/1bHzyCE68E
7th Oct2018: The odds of a dramatic “peace declaration” are rising. Donald Trump seems to see such a step as a means to a Nobel… https://t.co/iX8jor6LcE
7th Oct2018: Who was the Edward Snowden of the Victorian era? Christopher Andrew, the author of “The Secret World”, tells… https://t.co/FyBd8xe1j0
7th Oct2018: The saga ended in a manner appropriate to the United States Senate: with hours of pointless verbiage https://t.co/73zchNc9WO
7th Oct2018: Saudi Arabia’s repression reaches Istanbul https://t.co/O1E4mnmLfV
7th Oct2018: Donald Trump’s crude attacks on Christine Blasey Ford can be viewed as a tactical ploy https://t.co/7HtnPjPDIv
7th Oct2018: Many comedians use laughter to overcome or acknowledge their suffering, transmogrifying personal darkness into light https://t.co/MXuxMuTArP
7th Oct2018: The Czech president, Milos Zeman, wants his country to be China’s “unsinkable aircraft-carrier” in Europe https://t.co/I2uvJkSZxH
7th Oct2018: The fiction behind plea bargains is that the innocent will stand fast. Case reviews and psychology experiments show… https://t.co/6Q3qDrGrQA
7th Oct2018: "There is something quite white, middle class and male about the debating format," laments the master of Dulwich Co… https://t.co/yKQprmas9t
7th Oct2018: Why shipping is returning to wind power https://t.co/lRd4TElVcx
7th Oct2018: Early October is a nerve-wracking time for top scientists, secretly hoping for an invitation to the Nobel celebrati… https://t.co/nxzBxygIsZ
7th Oct2018: Brett Kavanaugh could take his seat on the bench as early as Tuesday—but the repercussions will be felt for years t… https://t.co/cDSAGUl0Im
7th Oct2018: "Stars, planets and gender: a framework for a feminist astronomy" was the title of one hoax paper https://t.co/kHHQhjz5Th
7th Oct2018: Low-skilled workers with poor bargaining power lose most from the rise of the gig economy https://t.co/TJjJWjRt4S
7th Oct2018: British police call spice “one of the most severe public-health issues we have faced in decades” https://t.co/ffyISKUos2
7th Oct2018: Exomoons are out there. Finding them is only a matter of time https://t.co/TqZdD1JjOG
7th Oct2018: Since there are few folk more gullible than editors and reporters desperate to fill the front page, an invitation c… https://t.co/gh6i4AUPl0
7th Oct2018: Theresa May is fighting for her political life. But is she winning? Our Europe editor, Chris Lockwood, hosts “The w… https://t.co/CTwrJpRb7P
7th Oct2018: After failing to reclaim 400km of coastline, Bolivia is still arguing with Chile over the Silala river. Relations b… https://t.co/ne7fFCdxkk
7th Oct2018: In America bullies pick on “nerds”. In China and South Korea those with poor grades are at a higher risk https://t.co/KyX3dup0Pw
7th Oct2018: Companies are catering to millennial tastes, but sometimes get it wrong https://t.co/UgwnD8n6JR
7th Oct2018: International aid is helping Latin American countries deal with Venezuelan refugees, but much more will be needed https://t.co/1dSlbpGoxt
7th Oct2018: 100,000 pages of documents, combed over by the New York Times, suggest Donald Trump was involved in "dubious" tax s… https://t.co/zuhqppFAms
7th Oct2018: Dahl shows that difference need not mean loneliness and that pluck and intelligence are to be treasured https://t.co/Nljvt8JnkR
7th Oct2018: A marginal liberalisation of the Canadian dairy industry is welcome, but it is not worth higher costs and lower pro… https://t.co/a2U5bf3Onx
7th Oct2018: On October 1st Mr Trump said—as he has before—that he does not blame China for “ripping us [off] for so many years” https://t.co/tKNuogx1ng
7th Oct2018: New Orleans embraces writers while they are alive and reveres them when they are gone https://t.co/uL98DLFnqP
7th Oct2018: Cleopatra’s Needle, a gift to Britain from Egypt, is one of a pair. The other sits in a lonely corner of Central Pa… https://t.co/FSo65bhldN
7th Oct2018: Europe’s great potato crisis https://t.co/vweJoYfsYo
7th Oct2018: Tunisia’s government has allowed the currency to weaken, wreaking havoc on the state’s balance-sheet https://t.co/SEkQJIxpko
7th Oct2018: A Chinese writer calls for private companies to fade away https://t.co/j17Ptp4ufb
7th Oct2018: A year on from the referendum and Catalan separatists are lacking a strategy https://t.co/u4NgjOHfWG
7th Oct2018: Greater protection and burdensome rules for carmakers under the USMCA mean that American consumers will pay more https://t.co/y4TqT1B5cj
7th Oct2018: To market to millennials, companies focus on transparency, experiences over "stuff" and flexibility https://t.co/5PkWdTp02y
7th Oct2018: A new Arab military alliance has dim prospects https://t.co/zj9uDhF1dJ
7th Oct2018: No security guarantees will be enough for Kim Jong Un to give up his nukes, hawks on North Korea say https://t.co/S81X8PMcl1
7th Oct2018: Tit-for-tat atrocities by security forces and separatists in Cameroon has led to 160,000 people being displaced and… https://t.co/yX3dDSp8Bf
7th Oct2018: Most modern states feel very uncomfortable when delving into religious affairs. But the cohesion of society require… https://t.co/S5MFVusSQT
7th Oct2018: European potato farmers are struggling to adapt to droughts caused by climate change https://t.co/NMdGidWQjs
7th Oct2018: Sheikh Hasina says the bill regulating online publishing is necessary to prevent the spread of radicalism and porno… https://t.co/1lkvPINOXM
7th Oct2018: Indian universities are becoming marginally less sexist https://t.co/vfaxQtbI16
7th Oct2018: Andrew Roberts paints the fullest ever picture of Churchill https://t.co/L561FGOm1s
7th Oct2018: Italy heads for a budget stand-off with the European Commission https://t.co/H9kLnqyXmz
7th Oct2018: Elon Musk’s grip on Tesla loosens https://t.co/8vcH057LOm
7th Oct2018: Democracy is under threat all around the world. There are four stages to dismantling a democracy, starting with a c… https://t.co/DBoXwiqAko
7th Oct2018: Chinese investments in Europe soared to nearly €36bn in 2016, almost double the previous year’s total… https://t.co/qlM9taIhBC
7th Oct2018: What began on the playground and in the classroom has moved to social media https://t.co/g8pr34PRMg
7th Oct2018: Why Italy’s budget plan is so worrying https://t.co/mhJO8ijAZI
7th Oct2018: European efforts to screen Chinese investments are barely keeping up with the cash flowing in https://t.co/CrkoXUzM8b
7th Oct2018: Some Indian mutual funds and insurers may expect the government to rescue them from any mis-step https://t.co/5cFzGyV1bm
7th Oct2018: Another set of fake papers takes aim at social science’s nether regions https://t.co/9YGNq1E8Bh
7th Oct2018: As the bombs fall across Europe, the protagonist veers from naïve and romantic to violent and despairing https://t.co/nQ2Fpw91Ad
7th Oct2018: Membership in a gang can offer an identity, food and clothes. But it can also mean killing https://t.co/Qbp4KGAdEO
7th Oct2018: China has designs on Europe. Here is how Europe should respond https://t.co/IysYfhJ3L6
7th Oct2018: Matilda has power and uses it for good; she chooses curiosity and independence over ignorance and cruelty https://t.co/XcdRFllu2V
7th Oct2018: Who would star in your ideal rom-com? A young Hugh Grant with James Dean’s hair? Maybe there’s some Marlon Brando i… https://t.co/zISszc3Xe2
7th Oct2018: In Japan more pupils commit suicide on September 1st, just before the start of the new term, than on any other day https://t.co/gXI2zqAtbl
7th Oct2018: Justice Brett Kavanaugh https://t.co/8z6J31MG7a
7th Oct2018: The 2018 Nobel science prizes https://t.co/CyU1sRIriR
7th Oct2018: Parents worry more about bullying than anything else https://t.co/x9pqG0y2Yl
7th Oct2018: Coping with two million Venezuelan refugees https://t.co/l9N5fXptfl
6th Oct2018: Worries about the rise of the gig economy are mostly overblown https://t.co/y5HJLQrMdZ
6th Oct2018: Africa’s oldest president, campaigns for another term in Cameroon https://t.co/5dCPqxBS1k
6th Oct2018: Economists care about where they publish—to the cost of the profession https://t.co/uXcfgyYOsK
6th Oct2018: Rather than courting support, Prince Muhammad is ruling by fear https://t.co/g21vHfbHxT
6th Oct2018: More important than any new alliance is America’s commitment to the Middle East, which is waning https://t.co/KVqvtvdxqp
6th Oct2018: General Electric lost over $100bn in market value under the 14-month tenure of John Flannery https://t.co/nPP9nNGJ8k
6th Oct2018: It is 1940 and Juliet Armstrong, educated but idealistic, is employed by a mysterious arm of the secret service https://t.co/NqxjFBr5ff
6th Oct2018: Tesla shareholders hope a chairman to oversee Elon Musk will keep him focused on the considerable job at hand https://t.co/lUP05aV0WV
6th Oct2018: Emmanuel Macron wants to refashion Islam in France. America and Britain take a more pragmatic approach https://t.co/WxgTKSpye7
6th Oct2018: Reducing cyber-bullying through legislation is often tricky https://t.co/C4bfB7s6Ef https://t.co/eHqtbGZjZL
6th Oct2018: “Restorative” methods have further traumatised victims instead of providing a solution https://t.co/NhGOxhbFXs
6th Oct2018: There were at least two periods when Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis interbred, resulting in lasting benefit… https://t.co/2fwAilwqOZ
6th Oct2018: The party is not only afraid of genuine Marxists, but also of Peking University’s long history at the forefront of… https://t.co/bikKByXsPw
6th Oct2018: Western relations with China have long whiffed of hypocrisy https://t.co/gIp3ww3O06
6th Oct2018: China fears North Korea falling into the American orbit; America would hate South Korea to fall into the Chinese one https://t.co/PDYx1JmbXM
6th Oct2018: Films about comedians have struggled to get the balance right between private pain and the joy they bring to the pu… https://t.co/gIaspqpUzE
6th Oct2018: Electronic voting has made Brazil’s elections more reliable, not less https://t.co/u3GMA8m2j5
6th Oct2018: The case is a good example of how grisly and conceptually slippery the analysis of death-penalty cases can be https://t.co/7IPs3omisj
6th Oct2018: Anglophones and Francophones still approach Islam differently https://t.co/E3ihXetDxi
6th Oct2018: Britons reassured by the banks’ stability since the Brexit referendum may have returned their cash to the vaults https://t.co/N4r76k4NGQ
6th Oct2018: Ted Cruz has enlisted the help of Donald Trump for his campaign, highlighting his vulnerability https://t.co/qtr2TbOaIZ
6th Oct2018: .@FukuyamaFrancis on identity politics, liberal democracy and the plight of minorities #OpenFuture https://t.co/EQVIBpSgHG
6th Oct2018: Polls put Democrats narrowly ahead in Republican-held states like Florida, Nevada, Iowa and Wisconsin https://t.co/Uv7MB24zPM
6th Oct2018: Waste generation needs to be decoupled from economic growth and rising living standards https://t.co/bAsglepA7n
6th Oct2018: Next month Colorado, Missouri, Utah and Michigan all have the opportunity to wrest control of district-drawing away… https://t.co/b1YKNL7YRp
6th Oct2018: Nothing and everything has changed in Catalonia https://t.co/B5762fiP8l
6th Oct2018: Ocado, a British online-grocery company, is using air-traffic-control systems and AI technology to co-ordinate 700… https://t.co/Q1MSZ0rwdV
6th Oct2018: Germany’s potato harvest is 25% smaller than usual this year https://t.co/WHyjZIdl8E
6th Oct2018: For Alan Abel it wasn’t hard to create a little havoc and, at times, administer a kick in the intellect https://t.co/wFwKwszPuU
6th Oct2018: Under USMCA rules, cars will have to have 75% of their value created within North America to cross its borders duty… https://t.co/KxMnvFl4uS
6th Oct2018: Vocal fry is found among all sorts of speakers. It just tends to be noticed more often among young women https://t.co/YNSTgr1Y9r
6th Oct2018: Europe faces a potato crisis. A long, hot summer has meant the chips are down, and the poor harvest could be the th… https://t.co/NRyHidsZTN
6th Oct2018: The USMCA eases the uncertainty cast by Donald Trump over North American trade. But he should never have raised dou… https://t.co/5LDHi9Cpj9
6th Oct2018: Gita Gopinath has argued that floating currencies provide less of a cushion than the IMF has traditionally thought https://t.co/S7UUvTevhD
6th Oct2018: Hoax papers are being used to expose the problems with academic publishing. "Gender, Place & Culture", an academic… https://t.co/JFIXnIlVlf
6th Oct2018: Paul Biya is likely to be re-elected on October 7th, given the vote is sure to be rigged https://t.co/jvKPFZQ2yx
6th Oct2018: The existence of exomoons has not been denied, but the theory may have finally been confirmed https://t.co/7okAA91RJT
6th Oct2018: The three laureates for the Nobel prize for chemistry harnessed the power of evolution to make proteins more useful… https://t.co/3jDecrtaWZ
6th Oct2018: With America in the throes of an opioid crisis, “Beautiful Boy” is resonant. But often it is too aware of its appos… https://t.co/FttNLd1kx0
6th Oct2018: The head of an inquiry into Australia’s banks said that some of the behaviour uncovered had been criminal https://t.co/1aqtXAhRsH
6th Oct2018: Latin America cannot cope with the Venezuelan exodus alone. The region needs more international aid https://t.co/87NsFMrdPm
6th Oct2018: Is the gig economy really "the reincarnation of an ancient evil", as the Archbishop of Canterbury calls it? https://t.co/cedhbwTNg8
6th Oct2018: Thyssenkrupp, a German conglomerate, bowed to shareholders and said it would split in two https://t.co/Hw1pQbtpV1 https://t.co/EWmjZyA9Ly
6th Oct2018: Wind power helps the shipping industry comply with new climate-change targets https://t.co/oPftOPGyHT
6th Oct2018: John Flannery could not repair GE’s past mistakes quickly enough https://t.co/I2PMj8mEnV
6th Oct2018: Russia is close, immediate and scary in a city like Riga https://t.co/6gEGCGa9Im
6th Oct2018: Chinese and American warships nearly collide https://t.co/a1oi0UNis8
6th Oct2018: Amazon’s $15 minimum wage is welcome https://t.co/G95kuLwkKH
6th Oct2018: No one expects India’s film industry, where hunky male stars with steroidal salaries still reign supreme, to elimin… https://t.co/KsLbgYg4Yf
6th Oct2018: With elections looming, the government has found new ways to silence critics https://t.co/aN3lwog2hc
6th Oct2018: Reducing cyber-bullying through legislation is tricky as laws risk restricting free speech https://t.co/Dy2BKEnFam
6th Oct2018: Conservatives have long complained that Republican appointees tend to drift to the left. Data on judicial records s… https://t.co/s1IP0k2UUJ
6th Oct2018: “A larger European conflict could start with an attack Sweden” https://t.co/bwFlZMRCcM
6th Oct2018: The dramatic drop in suicide among elderly Britons https://t.co/05VhD1HkpM
6th Oct2018: Mistrust is especially high among supporters of the front-runner, Jair Bolsonaro, a ferociously right-wing populist https://t.co/wlyf6GOIOT
6th Oct2018: Repression in Saudi Arabia has reached a new level https://t.co/IVUz9pHUNz
6th Oct2018: Britain’s prime minister in 1819, Lord Liverpool, decried the expense of shipping the 200-tonne obelisk from Egypt https://t.co/Cvdm5cOwBW
6th Oct2018: The swing vote in Madison v Alabama will probably be Chief Justice John Roberts https://t.co/6cHYGQBi60
6th Oct2018: The best films about comedians are challenging, raising the curtain on their performances https://t.co/Hn2903DCQy
6th Oct2018: Poking at Europe’s belly and finding it soft, China is testing how far it can push https://t.co/W3RBZR7rPK
6th Oct2018: China is using its financial muscle to buy political influence in the EU, and the Europeans are nervous. Our cover… https://t.co/SsWAA5WYZ9
6th Oct2018: In America bullies pick on “nerds”. In China and South Korea those with poor grades are at a higher risk https://t.co/lTjNb8W0um
6th Oct2018: Street gangs in the Cape Flats, a patchwork of townships, have become entrenched https://t.co/ZYrlMIQsvv
6th Oct2018: Beji Caid Essebsi and Rachid Ghannouchi fell out last month, shaking up Tunisian politics https://t.co/amxR2m9OQJ
6th Oct2018: If Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services were left to go bust, projects across India would stall https://t.co/397B5VTBYJ
6th Oct2018: The biggest obstacle to what has been dubbed an Arab NATO is the blockade of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrai… https://t.co/NNph3UisYq
6th Oct2018: Europe needs to take a path that avoids the extremes of naivety and hostility towards China. So far, it has not https://t.co/6cUrpFNYBA
6th Oct2018: The artist had a remarkable facility to turn the mundane into carefully balanced compositions https://t.co/pnX2WaJfSO
6th Oct2018: Is it time to automate politicians? https://t.co/v6N07tHf5B
6th Oct2018: Wrongdoing was widespread across Australia’s banks, an inquiry has found https://t.co/fIW7EuoTsp
6th Oct2018: Many jobs in the gig economy, such as taxi-driving, are not lucrative. But such jobs never paid well https://t.co/hlk9UGivEQ
6th Oct2018: In Japan more pupils commit suicide on September 1st, just before the start of the new term, than on any other day https://t.co/2gK9zqBG0g
6th Oct2018: American police kill around 1,000 people every year; those in poor countries are even deadlier. Why do cops kill, a… https://t.co/zImdjJ8Bry
5th Oct2018: The Supreme Court was intended to be apolitical. In practice, appointments are highly partisan https://t.co/Tta3JPplnp
5th Oct2018: Critics of the fry-panic have also found it in the back catalogues of George W. Bush, Kurt Cobain and Ira Glass https://t.co/Pee1nrUdEC
5th Oct2018: The percentage of Brazilians who see elections as honest has reached a record low of 14% https://t.co/vIzAyS7LQT
5th Oct2018: Hakeem Jeffries is as moderate as a safe-seat Democrat gets https://t.co/vCcOkePU8I
5th Oct2018: To avoid being penalised gerrymandering, Democrats are putting considerable energy into state elections https://t.co/aPTW5S852q
5th Oct2018: The hostile way the Senate Judiciary Committee treated Anita Hill in 1991 could cause trouble for Joe Biden https://t.co/xdqnaOvIAn
5th Oct2018: In an open letter, 20 police commissioners have called the spice epidemic "one of the most severe public-health iss… https://t.co/0BnJyvEYra
5th Oct2018: The bald eagle was driven almost to extinction in the 1960s. Its population is now soaring again https://t.co/4pnXl1OEIr
5th Oct2018: The infection of thousands of patients with HIV and hepatitis in the 1970s and 80s has been branded the worst scand… https://t.co/z3el3lKghQ
5th Oct2018: Americans were a nation of sheep, Alan Abel sometimes sighed https://t.co/3k2xv0ziBe
5th Oct2018: Our editors consider speculative scenarios and provocative prophecies in our future-gazing podcast “The world ahead… https://t.co/nL8o8hXfAL
5th Oct2018: In St Louis, detectives clear a dismal 52% of their murder cases https://t.co/mhVC9ZMH3x
5th Oct2018: Some people will pay a premium for products that salve their conscience https://t.co/GJwGGaaL4d
5th Oct2018: Gita Gopinath will challenge orthodox thinking at that International Monetary Fund https://t.co/DUdYqWIKs6
5th Oct2018: When countries see that proper handling of solid waste can aid prosperity, the global tide of rubbish may be stemmed https://t.co/KzNcEmfoid
5th Oct2018: Justices consider whether a man with dementia may be put to death https://t.co/22iUGWkrMT
5th Oct2018: Around 1.5m tonnes of plastic flows down the Yangzi river in China each year https://t.co/ltdemZQ6Yk
5th Oct2018: Games Workshop owes some of it success to "Game of Thrones" for sexing up the fantasy genre https://t.co/LQB8iVL2oF
5th Oct2018: Facebook is in the cross-hairs of European regulators as never before https://t.co/oHCpBOQv8H https://t.co/JOJvDZwApb
5th Oct2018: With Labour and Tory rebels ready to vote against any deal that Theresa May brings back, the risk of it not getting… https://t.co/xMSXSZj3A2
5th Oct2018: Why Roald Dahl’s book about a young neglected bookworm became his best-loved https://t.co/2W88Mg4zZj
5th Oct2018: A lot of American teenagers drink before they are legally allowed to. They do not mislead the Senate about it three… https://t.co/Kr7ofrFfhp
5th Oct2018: Since #MeToo went viral, nine members of Congress have resigned or declined to re-run after facing credible charges… https://t.co/8Io9VyEWuR
5th Oct2018: Brazil’s voters worry about the integrity of their elections https://t.co/c4VjcPItdy
5th Oct2018: The similarities between Brexiteers and Corbynites are striking. Both are hunting for traitors to hang https://t.co/u73DcyXwDU
5th Oct2018: Western politicians mumbled about welcoming China’s rise when they meant that they did not know how to stop it https://t.co/Pd1HhVfbvn
5th Oct2018: Hoax papers included titles such as "Going in through the back door: Challenging male straight homohysteria and tra… https://t.co/Rvg5SE1Vah
5th Oct2018: Hiring discrimination against African-Americans is as bad now as in 1990 https://t.co/pKThtoS0rP
5th Oct2018: Over a century ago Bolivia lost 400km of coastline to Chile. It has been trying to get it back almost ever since https://t.co/nAX4Ga2EFK
5th Oct2018: "I had no idea of the depths of her thoughts and feelings," Otto Frank later said of the daughter he discovered in… https://t.co/xhaqz3zzvp
5th Oct2018: As schoolyard abuse has migrated online, bullies are now following children home https://t.co/QFH2ra3Bf5 https://t.co/IaXqLglK6D
5th Oct2018: Baltic pro-Americanism is deep-rooted and intimately linked to the region’s quest for freedom from Russia https://t.co/oFb7IrnLwk
5th Oct2018: The gig economy still has promise, if firms follow rules that give workers greater protection https://t.co/I3u9qt9Kij
5th Oct2018: What are the lessons from the earthquake and tsunami that rocked Indonesia? Listen to the latest “The week ahead” p… https://t.co/POroStRotZ
5th Oct2018: Mao argued that coffin-making was a waste of wood and money and that elaborate burials fostered superstition https://t.co/3m9QIxTUhe
5th Oct2018: It is hard to imagine how 360-degree virtual reality could work well on tightly-packed planes https://t.co/4FcO1D40cm
5th Oct2018: The sacred turf on which England won the 1966 World Cup could fall into the hands of an American. Many fans are far… https://t.co/GTGp43tB94
5th Oct2018: The scandalous love affair that fuelled John Stuart Mill’s feminism https://t.co/udVsvgdApc
5th Oct2018: The Conservative Party conference was a ministerial catwalk, with suitors flaunting themselves before those who wil… https://t.co/DWEuM1uGXk
5th Oct2018: By opting out of the International Whaling Commission, Japan could further alienate diplomatic allies https://t.co/2zr90jA9AK
5th Oct2018: Offices have become interruption factories, a new book argues https://t.co/imMaJTqPNv
5th Oct2018: Spice is replacing other illegal drugs among those whose careers or liberty depend on clearing a drug-screening test https://t.co/GhmXKllIt2
5th Oct2018: The Italian cabinet has approved a budget deficit of 2.4% https://t.co/C7r1feY712
5th Oct2018: If free-trade agreements are a form of commercial disarmament, the USMCA introduces something like concealed carry https://t.co/beX7avJD2P
5th Oct2018: As the developing world gets richer, the World Bank predicts waste production will grow by 70% by 2050 https://t.co/wGpkVgfXNq
5th Oct2018: How could neutrality be guaranteed in an era of growing rivalry between America and China? https://t.co/cJtxMQIEw9
5th Oct2018: Global waste may not present as apocalyptic a challenge as climate change, but it is easier to solve https://t.co/VcyKbU4BKF
5th Oct2018: Despite the chaotic state of the transatlantic alliance, military ties between Britain and America remain strong https://t.co/PfsTngNrom
5th Oct2018: Christopher Andrew, author of “The Secret World”, warns intelligence services of the dangers of “historical attenti… https://t.co/B9VX8maeWa
5th Oct2018: “Beautiful Boy” is a raw and poignant addiction drama https://t.co/G8ZMggrW1w
5th Oct2018: Interloping Neanderthal DNA is most often found in genes whose products interact with viruses, a study has found https://t.co/bwxvTFtqEK
5th Oct2018: Working fewer hours has been shown to improve employees’ health, happiness and productivity https://t.co/QFPbdwkCBc
5th Oct2018: Mr Biya could defuse Cameroon’s smouldering civil war, perhaps by devolving more power. But this would mean swallow… https://t.co/GNWCtf12aA
5th Oct2018: Strong welfare states are crucial for capitalism https://t.co/WxuKHC0atA
5th Oct2018: Nadia Murad has won the Nobel Peace Prize. How she and Amal Clooney are fighting to bring Islamic State to justice.… https://t.co/yhnMY9jP8B
5th Oct2018: Teachers and parents struggle to recognise the problem of cyber-bullying or to solve it https://t.co/7RbQM5iZS8 https://t.co/CEHiDE2Aya
5th Oct2018: Researchers believe they have found an exomoon at least as big as Earth itself https://t.co/jeUnTRXlA2
5th Oct2018: Discover the darker side of the data revolution. Supported by @Mishcon_de_Reya https://t.co/UNUpvLI66I
5th Oct2018: More intra-European solidarity would go a long way to facing down China’s might https://t.co/TEeVxO5u5M https://t.co/vxWtlcdVDW
5th Oct2018: It takes nerve for a White House official to pick a fight with China’s government and claim that Confucius gave him… https://t.co/gaKr0LgZud
5th Oct2018: Nadia Murad has been awarded the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. Last year she met The Economist’s 1843 magazine to speak a… https://t.co/zaz8cTlvUS
5th Oct2018: To compete with China, Europe must stay open while challenging abuses to its open-door policies https://t.co/w0rgHlrh8v
5th Oct2018: Should technology be more ethical? The Economist speaks to @tristanharris, a former design ethicist at Google, on t… https://t.co/UDsRg3IF1t
5th Oct2018: Several institutions in India are treating women a bit less badly https://t.co/ZYNcFfUNUk
5th Oct2018: Music has been squarely in the line of fire in India’s culture wars https://t.co/jxnKSYbVi7
5th Oct2018: Most Venezuelan immigrants have been well received in Latin America, although some have been targets of xenophobia https://t.co/V6BNUbrY7c
5th Oct2018: Loneliness is a serious public-health problem https://t.co/fnxxjTwhIe
5th Oct2018: “If you want to solve the obesity problem, you have to solve the inequality problem first” https://t.co/gI78lfGiUB
5th Oct2018: "[This is not] simply a question of funding. It is about which countries are going to lead the world in the future"… https://t.co/GoOgKPRAxY
5th Oct2018: A 30m year old retrovirus may have an effect on human behaviour today https://t.co/uuThdWYw9d
5th Oct2018: The Nobel prize for physiology went to James Allison and Tasuku Honjo, for discovering a cancer therapy which will… https://t.co/R32YEuW7VO
5th Oct2018: Our critics review autumn’s must-read books, including a magical novel about Michelangelo https://t.co/IvobqW2GKd From @1843mag
5th Oct2018: Myth, science and the fate of the Romanovs https://t.co/3BOpmdswYN From @1843mag
5th Oct2018: The two old men who have steered Tunisia since 2014 have ended their pact. The country needs fresh faces and a stro… https://t.co/bQ7kG6doVX
5th Oct2018: A Saudi satirist in London claimed he was beaten by thugs from the Saudi embassy last month https://t.co/7Udqp2GXzC
5th Oct2018: In 1990 28% of Spain was forested; now the proportion is 37% https://t.co/BkkXbnz1KW
5th Oct2018: Some nations are racing to create more efficient renewable technologies. China is leading the way https://t.co/uGG624SSyP
5th Oct2018: In the spectrum of threats to Western democracy, cock-eyed campus politics may not entirely deserve the attention i… https://t.co/JtgS6xvCuF
5th Oct2018: Passengers could imagine that they are on the beach, rather than hemmed into a tightly packed flying tube https://t.co/aw2DrBLWJW
5th Oct2018: Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://t.co/UVwQdszPOF
5th Oct2018: The word "vicious" beats like a metronome through this wondrous book https://t.co/VjneTP9V16
4th Oct2018: Come election day in Cameroon’s violent English-speaking regions, it will be a brave person who ventures out to vote https://t.co/KMhcX768AR
4th Oct2018: On October 2nd a Saudi journalist and government critic went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to file some paperw… https://t.co/2Z2XWTr1dO
4th Oct2018: An apology to Anita Hill should be a priority for Joe Biden https://t.co/eo3xol5zar
4th Oct2018: Toronto is Canada’s human-trafficking hub. Now one of its victims has joined forces with the country’s biggest fina… https://t.co/bjEZNMDG5T
4th Oct2018: This year’s Nobel prize in chemistry was shared between three laureates. But the real winner is evolution https://t.co/ILU2KQhPMG
4th Oct2018: Around 5,000 people continue to abandon Venezuela every day https://t.co/RydQ725Olw
4th Oct2018: A new agreement does not eliminate all the uncertainties that Donald Trump has brought to the region’s trade relati… https://t.co/DdWPxb0V2V
4th Oct2018: Joe Biden’s #MeToo problem https://t.co/UPs40vPQBm
4th Oct2018: LIBOR’s time is up, but what will replace it? We hear from @Pat_Lane, our banking editor on the latest “Money talks… https://t.co/wt0dphbS5x
4th Oct2018: The ocean is dark and full of terrors, and the black dragonfish is the darkest of them all https://t.co/VZPJ1Bczcz
4th Oct2018: This term, the Supreme Court will rule on the fate of the endangered dusky gopher frog https://t.co/BxqkFCJdJi
4th Oct2018: Hakeem Jeffries believes it is time for a black Speaker. That would be both principled and tactically astute https://t.co/UQCO5pR7oI
4th Oct2018: Try The Economist today for 12 weeks with our introductory offer and enjoy a free Economist notebook… https://t.co/RSgUAQAeCZ
4th Oct2018: Pranksters are using humour and creativity to expose the faulty checks and balances of academic publishing… https://t.co/z1MYxERaws
4th Oct2018: A study looked at the genetic material of the virus left in people infected with HIV and Hepatitis C https://t.co/0sVLFHV7Tq
4th Oct2018: His notion of the “invisible hand” is often taken to mean that the market always produces the best outcome. The rea… https://t.co/Gz5AVOrbix
4th Oct2018: America’s justice department has unveiled indictments against seven Russians, including three GRU agents exposed by… https://t.co/sDxhZcsim7
4th Oct2018: The Nobel prize for physics was awarded to a trio of researchers for improvements to lasers https://t.co/bNTlKzlzIe
4th Oct2018: It seems that modern humans and Neanderthals both benefited by swapping bits of DNA that had evolved to help fight… https://t.co/jZ7fA8VmBz
4th Oct2018: A survey suggests equal-opportunity statements prompted worries from prospective applicants that they would be toke… https://t.co/NULZhGxJrH
4th Oct2018: Is virtual reality the future of in-flight entertainment? https://t.co/6n5zRPqGGh
4th Oct2018: The West indicts the GRU https://t.co/fBcThIbMxZ
4th Oct2018: Cape Town’s murder rate has risen from 43 to 69 per 100,000 between 2009/10 and 2017/18 https://t.co/AfRoRVkA8Z
4th Oct2018: Violent crime is soaring in Cape Town https://t.co/53GWa2u2s0
4th Oct2018: Geta Brătescu was a prolific and playful conceptual artist https://t.co/9NbSdcb75Q
4th Oct2018: Competition authorities are unlikely to approve a bid for Casino from rival supermarket Carrefour, whether real or… https://t.co/qX33DMlCdP
4th Oct2018: Governments should keep a watchful eye on the gig economy by all means, but also welcome it https://t.co/RQ9WAiqg41
4th Oct2018: To stop global warming, the world needs better collaboration over a shared-energy future. Failure to do so will spa… https://t.co/LF6wWRW0TR
4th Oct2018: How your recycled waste could be turned into smoother, longer-lasting roads https://t.co/t8yHROYbv9
4th Oct2018: People are part-Neanderthal. That may be a protection against viruses https://t.co/gzHw7ZGjUu
4th Oct2018: Some whisper that Saudi Arabia’s Prince Muhammad has launched an inquisition https://t.co/sBI8Kzo7qK
4th Oct2018: What can history teach today’s spies and counter-spies? Christopher Andrew, the official historian of MI5, speaks t… https://t.co/c4crvlsak9
4th Oct2018: This week’s cartoon from KAL https://t.co/YwV2xmuEUt
4th Oct2018: Brett Kavanaugh’s partisanship https://t.co/I77y0pgg9y
4th Oct2018: Data gathered by the genomic testing service could show what treatment will work best with which genetic profile https://t.co/6LokAqQcUj
4th Oct2018: Jamal Khashoggi has not returned from a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2nd. In July, the journ… https://t.co/uBnT3b8gwt
4th Oct2018: Global co-operation is required for the world to progress, writes @BillGates #OpenFuture https://t.co/VlGrgL0j8y https://t.co/tTTUi2ma0f
4th Oct2018: Harassment of public figures seems to be more common. Thankfully most of the theats are just that https://t.co/rIKeiyDiE0
4th Oct2018: Kate Atkinson said that writing the novel felt like the “wrenching apart of history followed by an imaginative reco… https://t.co/BVbbniB9E4
4th Oct2018: In a different Brazil, politics would seek to reconcile the claims of bondholders, pensioners, workers and the rest… https://t.co/yCQ7ofrpwj
4th Oct2018: Just ten countries, eight of them Asian, spew two-thirds of all marine plastic litter originating on land https://t.co/7PopFURtjE
4th Oct2018: China is using its financial muscle to buy political influence in the EU, and the Europeans are nervous. Our cover… https://t.co/3NVIyvoJJL
4th Oct2018: In 1972, the EPA took steps that helped save the bald eagle from extinction. There are worries that under President… https://t.co/Vq3dZ9AL7o
4th Oct2018: The emerging markets most at risk account for a larger share of global GDP than in the past https://t.co/mcKEhcApYz https://t.co/bn1mCAb3ix
4th Oct2018: What makes chief executives’ habits fashionable is usually strong profit growth and share performance, which can be… https://t.co/T7zXfXjGMG
4th Oct2018: Esi Edugyan makes Wash a gifted storyteller; his keen observations bear the hallmarks of his artistic sensibility https://t.co/noBe3vU8Z8
4th Oct2018: Both the rich and poor world are under strain as the volume of rubbish has increased with economic growth https://t.co/ZFYBrodgNG
4th Oct2018: When it comes to the growing threat from Russia, Sweden is preparing for the worst https://t.co/1OTQK7jGHl
4th Oct2018: Matilda‘s refusal to be squashed by ignorant, lazy adults is what makes the novel so thrillingly enjoyable https://t.co/Kwwve4vKfS
4th Oct2018: The average adult migrant from the European Economic Area yielded £2,370 more for the Treasury in 2017 than the ave… https://t.co/7GYomRjE9H
4th Oct2018: Security expert @schneierblog discusses hacking, human vulnerability and why any system that can be subverted proba… https://t.co/irSm5k0a64
4th Oct2018: The developed world needs to relearn how to recycle https://t.co/G4xq09KaCi
4th Oct2018: “Joy as an Act of Resistance” suggests that challenging prevailing attitudes does not always mean anger and broken… https://t.co/oO12KFuxkt
4th Oct2018: The most tangible creation of BRICS is making surprising progress https://t.co/Mg7iCbYsJA
4th Oct2018: Women are banned from certain jobs in 104 countries. These are some of the most surprising https://t.co/2hRCinL6na
4th Oct2018: Arabic is considered the second-most-spoken language in France, yet the teaching of the language in schools is rega… https://t.co/iCi3wlYE9f
4th Oct2018: Citizens chafe against the free movement of goods and capital, but most of all people https://t.co/P8uiZUBnv7
4th Oct2018: #MeToo activists have been invoking the philosophy in their efforts to expose professors who demand sex from studen… https://t.co/aeSL2hfBB2
4th Oct2018: The annoying habits of highly effective people https://t.co/Dtmz4OlUti
4th Oct2018: Some were operated on just for being “difficult” https://t.co/bQ5iflc8qU
4th Oct2018: Many comedians use laughter to overcome or acknowledge their suffering, transmogrifying personal darkness into light https://t.co/VYwkxntnXp
4th Oct2018: E-cigarette vapour can contain high levels of nasty chemicals such as formaldehyde https://t.co/nWM2NTiSYR
4th Oct2018: In 1990, 12.5m children around the world died before their fifth birthdays. Last year, the figure was 5.4m https://t.co/Ovb770ROsT
4th Oct2018: Suicide is the leading cause of death for all Indians between ages 15 and 39, and for Indian women between 15 and 49 https://t.co/lqQs1hKzhM
4th Oct2018: Many countries are questioning the benefits of globalisation. The nastiest rows occur when immigration enters the e… https://t.co/UXApBfjPud
4th Oct2018: Two ride-hailing firms based in South-East Asia are competing for dominance https://t.co/vyC2GAKgl7
4th Oct2018: Kai-Fu Lee thinks China has the edge in the four determinants of AI success: brains, capital, regulation and data https://t.co/4EzRbozfgq
4th Oct2018: Donna Strickland, one of this year’s physics Nobel prizewinners, was the first woman to receive the award in 55 yea… https://t.co/JCQML3RDhV
4th Oct2018: In January, Sweden re-established its first new military regiment since the second world war https://t.co/Lt3roStwDa
4th Oct2018: Dahl shows that difference need not mean loneliness and that pluck and intelligence are to be treasured https://t.co/x48lFi8ATJ
4th Oct2018: Why “spice” is worse than other drugs https://t.co/e7fJwCaw8w
4th Oct2018: These are the people campaigning for peace in war-torn Congo https://t.co/OZuo6VN0yV
4th Oct2018: The crisis in Venezuela may be yielding the largest forced displacement of people in Latin American history https://t.co/HdUolAOquB
4th Oct2018: If the Enlightenment values of reason and empiricism wither at universities, they will struggle in the outside worl… https://t.co/IINEWa94Ds
4th Oct2018: Marx’s ideas—about monopolies, rent-seeking and casual labourers—are more relevant than they have been for decades https://t.co/I4I24krl7r
4th Oct2018: It is better to have big classes taught by excellent teachers than smaller groups taught by mediocre ones https://t.co/i5kRJ0yfWh
4th Oct2018: As fewer young Americans learn to drive, and Wi-Fi allows for work on the move, train travel could be due a revival https://t.co/BTqkoKjvno
4th Oct2018: If Jair Bolsonaro becomes president, his authoritarian instincts might weaken Brazilian democracy still further https://t.co/KOo95GKQPW
4th Oct2018: The proportion of science Nobels given to women remains woeful https://t.co/QyNbe6YnYk
4th Oct2018: Spanish Flu killed at least 50m people in the 20th century. How did it spread? https://t.co/acgORQ5bVu
3rd Oct2018: Firms like YouTube and Facebook are at risk of becoming “ministries of truth”–arbiters of what billions of people d… https://t.co/Qzs3T9EGmh
3rd Oct2018: Brazil might yet manage a course correction in its finances. If it cannot, events are likely to speed up dramatical… https://t.co/B6502Qa43U
3rd Oct2018: What IDLES do differently to their punk forebears is reflect inwards and scrutinise their rage https://t.co/HHsMKYLHI5
3rd Oct2018: Exoplanets should have exomoons https://t.co/Bj5tXFgD6h
3rd Oct2018: Gender parity in science is an uphill struggle https://t.co/oR5zZvbWf8
3rd Oct2018: Such companies allow customers to watch their cars being made in purpose-built viewing galleries https://t.co/41Cuv1vvju
3rd Oct2018: What will replace LIBOR, one of the most important numbers in finance? @HJJoyceEcon, our finance editor, hosts the… https://t.co/snJZW5t8pX
3rd Oct2018: Donna Strickland and Gérard Mourou boosted the power lasers can achieve. This helps with eye surgery, industrial ma… https://t.co/a0jRn4kh7A
3rd Oct2018: Physics, and the rest of the physical sciences, remain male-dominated https://t.co/BH8REPpITU
3rd Oct2018: Primera Air goes bankrupt after a catastrophic summer https://t.co/aHEStl5e7X
3rd Oct2018: Brazil’s government finances are on a dangerous path https://t.co/syy0Egg3VB
3rd Oct2018: Progress is not inevitable. @BillGates advocates for governments’ investment in health and education #OpenFuture https://t.co/cANre1NYU7
3rd Oct2018: Brazil is shaping up for a unique kind of financial crisis https://t.co/MbV9NZ1XMW
3rd Oct2018: Many countries are questioning the benefits of globalisation. The nastiest rows occur when immigration enters the e… https://t.co/ySYQW2AlAE
3rd Oct2018: Shame may prevent many victims from pursuing redress https://t.co/K0LwsAJAaF
3rd Oct2018: Repression in Saudi Arabia has reached a new level https://t.co/EMUHB3jBn6
3rd Oct2018: Fewer bees will mean fewer plants and therefore less to eat and less oxygen to breathe https://t.co/NYOB4eflSI
3rd Oct2018: “Transcription” is an unsettling tale of war and deception https://t.co/4Xn15agZ2t
3rd Oct2018: How much has #MeToo changed the American workplace? https://t.co/P66w4iYIy5
3rd Oct2018: Why do documentaries and biopics avoid comedy’s darker edges? https://t.co/cqfBagKn78
3rd Oct2018: The Ugandan-born cleric reached the second-highest position in the Church of England https://t.co/zHEKLdFlLL
3rd Oct2018: Emulating the work ethic in exaggerated business profiles is not a ticket to the top https://t.co/xCyyz4ZA5O
3rd Oct2018: The Nobel chemistry prize goes for work that harnesses evolution https://t.co/Po7GfhhwUD
3rd Oct2018: #MeToo has become the defining cultural phenomenon of the Trump era https://t.co/gPYsxaAWVe
3rd Oct2018: Last year St Louis had the highest murder rate of any big city in America https://t.co/aQypOrUXAG
3rd Oct2018: Russia’s growing threat to north Europe https://t.co/ghXQRs8CnG
3rd Oct2018: The likelihood of no-deal or a second referendum has risen https://t.co/w5eqmS9GyN
3rd Oct2018: The DNA the virus left behind has meddled with mechanisms associated with pleasure in the brain https://t.co/MFg9sLeYP7
3rd Oct2018: America and Canada are battling over a chapter of NAFTA that permits judicial review of some duties https://t.co/SPcKyNW6f9
3rd Oct2018: Keeping bodies intact is considered by some Chinese to be a sign of respect for one’s ancestors https://t.co/t8yxLVbPAy
3rd Oct2018: .@GlenstoneMuseum has two magnificent works by Cildo Meireles, probably the most important living Brazilian artist https://t.co/E7wHxcBbrC
3rd Oct2018: The case for multilateralism https://t.co/ROxekBWnhz
3rd Oct2018: Britain is at last getting the battle of ideas that the Brexit referendum result demanded https://t.co/xZ5LSYYyiA
3rd Oct2018: Comcast acquired Now TV in the deal, a Netflix-like service which it may try to build into a powerhouse https://t.co/qRSa7OBsny
3rd Oct2018: The cost of being a public company is too high for many American startups https://t.co/BxPw9j7ZiA
3rd Oct2018: Some $260trn-worth of financial products are priced against LIBOR, which rests on shaky economics https://t.co/9WgJEcLg9S
3rd Oct2018: With his voice alone he could evoke the creaking wingbeats of a flying bird, or the pealing, descending glugs of a… https://t.co/rKRHBFCWh9
3rd Oct2018: The spread of beards and tattoos shows that civilisation is in decline https://t.co/GKkSeXUCPJ From @1843mag
3rd Oct2018: Luxury cars are sold for entertainment, not transport, according to one executive https://t.co/xYICduPKK5
3rd Oct2018: The landing of the F-35 on the HMS Queen Elizabeth marks an important moment for British air power https://t.co/A8qN0mUNrR
3rd Oct2018: Too many students construe objectionable opinions as invalid, even as a form of violence https://t.co/4nHA2CPm0p
3rd Oct2018: Former prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major have floated the possibility of a referendum on the final Brexit d… https://t.co/6q7xo0HgYi
3rd Oct2018: The eccentric and rambunctious cleric John Sentamu opposed the war in Iraq and advocated for female clergy https://t.co/7UDCyPkwJl
3rd Oct2018: The New Development Bank aims to reshape development finance https://t.co/5f065Zh21B
3rd Oct2018: American citizens are owed more than $750bn, claim the American Bondholders Association https://t.co/xwa0RHy0wW
3rd Oct2018: The Eugenic Protection Law was passed in 1948 to prevent the birth of “defective descendants” https://t.co/AKbyclc3l9
3rd Oct2018: Donna Strickland (only the third female physics laureate) and Gérard Mourou were rewarded for their work on boostin… https://t.co/bDjJO4t4sO
3rd Oct2018: In recent months hardline Hindu nationalists have threatened musicians who have embraced interfaith music https://t.co/4Xs4Hgqc09
3rd Oct2018: South Korea has the upper hand in the dispute, since it controls the islands https://t.co/zIDFu88zqp
3rd Oct2018: Many outside powers have attempted to dominate the deserts of the Middle East. None has succeeded https://t.co/QYO2Wds6gb
3rd Oct2018: Kai-Fu Lee thinks China has the edge in the four determinants of AI success: brains, capital, regulation and data https://t.co/uVZACKDxK9
3rd Oct2018: The populist revolt against globalisation is in part a reaction to threats posed to national identity by high level… https://t.co/aGl7ksidG6
3rd Oct2018: Ms Jett favoured gravel and grit; Mr Laguna loved melodies and hooks. Their tastes and skills were perfectly comple… https://t.co/ue4B2RCLTB
3rd Oct2018: Barrick Gold has struggled, facing depleting reserves and opposition from environmentalists https://t.co/vmXU2ROsK5
3rd Oct2018: Each work in @GlenstoneMuseum represents a pivotal moment in the development of a particular artist, or in the hist… https://t.co/TIOWYrBg67
3rd Oct2018: American military exercises in the South China Sea have grown “more regular and strident” under the Trump administr… https://t.co/rFekbuiMdv
3rd Oct2018: Technological advances means that flying cars—or passenger-carrying drones—are now a reality. They could transform… https://t.co/t7UphmZsNg
3rd Oct2018: Boris Johnson’s star turn is not necessarily the beginning of a leadership bid https://t.co/XlV7U9WGjN
3rd Oct2018: Egypt’s constitution says Mr Sisi cannot serve another term. This limit will probably be removed https://t.co/N7IOHnQIG1
3rd Oct2018: The Labour and Conservative parties have one thing in common: both are plagued by division https://t.co/wnVZvyNuWD
3rd Oct2018: .@James_Barr has mined memoirs and archives to add fresh detail to a remarkable and dispiriting story https://t.co/X8ClokAHcy


YouTube

8th Nov2018: War is in decline, but for how long? | The Economist
7th Nov2018: Discover Hyderabad | The Economist
6th Nov2018: The Democrats in the age of Trump | The Economist
31st Oct2018: Who is going to win the US mid-term elections? | The Economist
26th Oct2018: Tara Westover: Mormons, Harry Potter and the future of education | The Economist Podcast
24th Oct2018: China: facial recognition and state control | The Economist
23rd Oct2018: #MeToo: is it destined to fail? | The Economist
20th Oct2018: How to prepare for the next global recession | The Economist
19th Oct2018: Reverend Curry on Meghan, Harry and America | The Economist
16th Oct2018: Mapping poverty in America | The Economist
11th Oct2018: How MDMA is being used to treat PTSD | The Economist
4th Oct2018: How to fuel the future | The Economist
3rd Oct2018: The data revolution: privacy, politics and predictive policing | The Economist
27th Sep2018: Mapping global gun violence | The Economist
25th Sep2018: University: does a degree pay? | The Economist
20th Sep2018: Plastic pollution: is it really that bad? | The Economist
15th Sep2018: David Miliband on the future of liberalism | The Economist
15th Sep2018: Steve Bannon interviewed by Zanny Minton Beddoes | The Economist
15th Sep2018: Tony Blair on the future of liberalism | The Economist
14th Sep2018: Reinventing liberalism for the 21st Century | The Economist
13th Sep2018: Congo: the deadliest country in the world | The Economist
11th Sep2018: Where does your phone come from? | The Economist
6th Sep2018: Why do languages die? | The Economist
5th Sep2018: Your responses to "a minute to change the world" | The Economist
4th Sep2018: How to tame tech giants | The Economist
31st Aug2018: Why startups are leaving Silicon Valley | The Economist
30th Aug2018: Disease around the world: mapping the contagion | The Economist
24th Aug2018: Trump corruption: the creatures that live in the Washington swamp | The Economist
23rd Aug2018: Cocaine: why the cartels are winning | The Economist
22nd Aug2018: These Syrian refugees want to go home | The Economist
17th Aug2018: Dating in the digital age | The Economist
16th Aug2018: Can you really fight corruption? | The Economist
3rd Aug2018: Wildfires explained | The Economist
2nd Aug2018: The changing face of tourism | The Economist
31st Jul2018: Saudi Arabia: open for tourists | The Economist
27th Jul2018: ABBA star, Bjorn Ulvaeus, on Mamma Mia, Brexit sadness and how to write a pop song
26th Jul2018: Mapping global population and the future of the world | The Economist
24th Jul2018: Are wildfires becoming more deadly? | The Economist
20th Jul2018: When Trump met Putin – cartooned | The Economist
19th Jul2018: Are identity politics dangerous? | The Economist
10th Jul2018: Women and the Saudi revolution | The Economist
5th Jul2018: Can eco-tourism help save the ocean? | The Economist
3rd Jul2018: How to revive public healthcare | The Economist
29th Jun2018: James Comey on emails, the "American giant" and the end of Donald Trump
28th Jun2018: Is match-fixing sports biggest threat? | The Economist
26th Jun2018: How to win a penalty shootout I The Economist
21st Jun2018: A softer Brexit is a better Brexit | The Economist
19th Jun2018: Should we tax the rich more? | The Economist
15th Jun2018: Kim Jong won | The Economist
14th Jun2018: Who will win the 2018 FIFA World Cup? | The Economist
7th Jun2018: Can technology save the rarest creatures on the planet? | The Economist
6th Jun2018: Can a cure for diabetes be found through surgery? | The Economist

Get the best Coupon Codes & Deals to your e-mail...

Log In
Welcome back, you can log in below...

Sign Up
Get the benefits of registered members. Benefits include exclusive coupon codes, your own list of favorite stores or bonus program. And much more...

Error:Email not entered correctly.
Error:The password must be at least 5 characters.
Error:The passwords do not match.

I agree to Privacy Policy.

Forgot Password?
Did you forget your password? Nothing happens! We will send you a new one...

Change Country

List of popular country versions of this portal...

We are active in more than 200 countries...

How to Use a Coupon?

1. Finding coupon

Once you find a coupon to your favorite store or merchant, you can click to view and copy the code.

2. Applying coupon

Enter the code on the merchant’s website and you get the discount.

3. Saving money

It’s that simple. The discount is deducted from the price and you save money.

Store Owner Sign Up
Sign up as manager of the store. You will then have the possibility of modifying and adding new offers directly for your store.

Email must be under the domain of store. Within 24 hours you will receive the access data.

Tags - Economist.com
Search using tags helps visitors find the right deal. Here you can edit the tags for this store. New labels will start running within 24 hours.