- Wed, 12:46: RT @jonlis1: So gov will not, after all, deport 3 million people. Great. But there’s no moral superiority in declining to act like Idi Amin…
- Wed, 12:56: 'Spectacular' ancient public library discovered in Germany https://t.co/9M8p8fBqAX Wow - bang in the middle of Cologne!
- Wed, 14:34: Home to a future president of Israel, the inventor of Haagen Dazs ice-cream, and founder of Beaverbrooks the jewell… https://t.co/y9K37MbjLd
- Wed, 16:05: Brexit: Beyond the transition https://t.co/5cjq6xeXkj @AndrewDuffEU looks forward to the next ten months.
- Wed, 18:42: Fair Trade, by Laura T. Reynolds, Douglas L. Murray and John Wilkinson https://t.co/cMuyGmDnjO
- Wed, 20:48: GDPR, and how I spent a month chasing my data https://t.co/bS6QXfF5bX Fascinating. We should all be doing this.
- Wed, 22:29: RT @jasonomahony: They’ve never gotten over the fact that EU membership meant Paddy got to sit at the same table. https://t.co/km0czq0v9K
- Thu, 10:45: Pick Your Own Brexit https://t.co/uDPaN1Pugf An 80s style video game from Bloomberg. Glorious.
The one and only Andy Carling persuaded us to watch Clueless with him at the weekend. The only thing I knew about this film was that it is based…
I have no immediate plans to return to electoral politics (full disclosure: Cambridge City Council, 1990; North Belfast, 1996). However, I deal on…
Baxter is best known for his SF writing, but here he turns his hand to history of science, specifically James Hutton, the Scottish eighteenth-century…