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April 2017

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May has been slow and dilatory with Brexit planning - JackOfKent
some of London's cycling "Quietways" are not fit for purpose - AsEasyAsRiding
Britain has terrible per-hour and per-worker productivity - ONS
Britain still hasn't accepted that it can't have its cake and eat it - Guardian
two different approaches - Projective Geometry [my review]
pushing free school ideology wastes money - Guardian
"The system for funding new schools and new places in existing schools is increasingly incoherent and too often poor value for money."
the evidence is clear: most people will only cycle if they can avoid motor vehicles - CyclingEmbassyUK
self-driving cars have a bicycle problem - IEEE [via @UrbanBicycleUK]
a controversial new history of France - NYROB
using 21st century tools to teach number structure - ChristopherDanielson
turning parenting into a full-time job - Establishment
buy books instead of sending your children to private school - Guardian
fluoride in the water supply - MatterChatter
the future of UK trade outside the EU - ChathamHouse
demonising Soros, along with transparency, free elections, free speech and a free press - Guardian
some background on the _Fearless Girl_ statue - GregFallis - WeekWoman
the UK is not actually that rich a country - Huffington
the problems of excessive parking, around the world - Economist
an Australian postal plebiscite would basically be a bad survey - Bonham
Jenny Linsky and the Cat Club [my review]
the stupid stereotyping of baby clothes - SMH
identity confusion and racial injustice - Guardian
the UK's two-child policy is about to start hurting "thirders" - Guardian
a fantastic resource for teaching mathematical thinking - NRICH

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