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May 2018

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are cars the new tobacco? - JPubHealth
Ivan Rogers' long but extremely insightful speech on Brexit - Policy Scotland
Utrecht has bike parking places reserved for the disabled - @BicycleDutch
in the UK, making an error on your tax return can make you a national security threat - Guardian
terrorising our children out of walking or cycling - BeyondKerb
The Story in the Torah - With a Mighty Hand [my review]
Finland loves its libraries - Guardian
how Australia's justice system fails indigenous youth - @2FBS
Holland (the Randstad) is an empty city, not a dense country - @jaapmodder
cycle tracks spend a lot of time empty because they are incredibly efficient! - @steinsky
SciPy, NumPy and the stability of scientific software - KHinsen
Highways England has an elearning unit for "Interim Advice Note 195/16: Cycling and the Strategic Road Network"! - HighwaysEngland
the UK Foreign Office backs EU expansion: "the EU accession process is important to delivering security, stability and prosperity in the Western Balkans" - Independent
"the will of the people": the Daily Mail still thinks like the Nazis - JamesChristie
Madeline Miller: reading the Iliad at age five - SMH
high house prices are driven by financial factors, not supply - PropertyWeek
"The number of UK households has risen by 3.5m since 1996, while the number of new houses has grown by 4.2m"
Malaysian ruling party UMNO loses an election after 60 years in power - Economist
falling house prices are a good thing - Guardian
a three-part guide to the EEA "soft Brexit" option - Politics
a huge merger in the eyewear industry - Guardian
Living Below Sea Level - The Dutch and their Delta [my review]
Japan's prisons are a haven for elderly women - Bloomberg
the history of Civilization (the game) - Filfre
what is the longest straight line over water? - ScienceMag
some sensible proposals for reforming UK inheritance tax + council rates - BBC
200 times thinner than a human hair: the last master of handmade gold leaf - Craftsmanship
Radia Perlman: "Layer 5 and everything above it is boring" - NetworkComputing
a small business speaks out on the effects of Brexit - 48andBeyond
inequality in the UK's education system - Guardian
Oxford has some cycling infrastructure so bad it is actually dangerous - WanderingDanny
getting cars out of city centres - Medium
the UK has created a "hostile environment" for the disabled as well - Guardian
the Dutch seem better prepared for the UK leaving the Customs Union than the UK is - Guardian

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