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October 2018

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the Australian government now vets research grants for political correctness - SMH
the Tilburg demonstration cycle route, 40 years on - BicycleDutch
breaking down religious divides in Jerusalem's local elections
Haaretz haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-in-j-lem-elections-the-walls-between-the-blocs-are-cracking-1.6609320
mercury, the other geologically persistent planetary poison - RealClimate
is the future of bookshops as community enterprises? - Guardian
is there actually that much disagreement about phonics? - DanielWillingham [via @MrEFinch]
in Australia, European food has higher status than Asian food - ABC
don't make your child read - OxfordBlog
the legacy of Peterloo - Guardian
reading at 5.75 - OxfordBlog
cargobikes rather than drones are the future of last-mile logistics - Forbes
Dunkirk is the largest European city to offer free public transport - Guardian
the early anthropogenic CO2 hypothesis reconsidered - RealClimate
the political future of the Church of England - Guardian
a short guide to computational complexity classes - Quanta
the UK has already lost around 2% of GDP due to Brexit - Bloomberg
Scottish doctors can now prescribe birdwatching! - Guardian
UK government touts spending figures including private school fees! - Guardian
"The Institute for Fiscal Studies estimates that funding per pupil in England fell by 8% between 2010 and 2018, with 66,000 more children in state schools this year than the year before but with 5,000 fewer teachers"
the debate on the revocability of an Article 50 notification - EUlawanalysis [via @StevePeers]
a Nigerian family vignette: grandfather was a slave-trader - NYer [via Cosma]
background on Nissan's presence in Sunderland - Guardian
Occitan still lives - BBC

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