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June 2019

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improving Oxford's Botley Rd: my response for OLS - Oxfordshire Liveable Streets
Singapore abolishes student rankings in schools - CNR
serendipitous fun: Georgian script and random graphs - Oxford Blog
Lake Eyre in flood - ABC
Hong Kong protests against new extradition law continue - Guardian
Python's standard library needs to go on a diet - TwistedMatrix
the "I want an omelette" metaphor for Brexit - GaryBainbridge
conquer and divide: spatial visualisation of fifty two years of Israeli occupation - B'Tselem
Vancouver realises that AAA-quality cycling infrastructure matters - Fast
Knights, Corsairs, Jesuits and Spies in the Sixteenth-Century Mediterranean World - Agents of Empire [my review]
take a conservative approach to climate change: uncertainty is an argument for action, not against - Guardian
children's book update: reading at six and a half - Wandering Danny
How a Continent Became a Union - The Passage to Europe [my review]
the lawyer as political actor - Waiting For Tax [via @JolyonMaugham]
the economics of immigration: an overview - Contexts
multidecadal ocean oscillations are only a minor contributing factor to global mean surface temperature evolution over the last 500 years - RealClimate
socialism for the rich: inequality begets inequality - Guardian
a manifesto for primary humanities teaching - Humanities2020
let's replace Religious Education and Citizenship with anthropology, economics and politics!
how the far-right uses fake news to whip up anti-migrant hate - @fasterthanlime
something to read before voting for a Brexit with US food standards - Twitter
some great ideas on land policy, but can we get the Labour Party to back them? - Land For the Many
an exploration of the nature of mathematical proof: "enhancing" Wiles' proof of Fermat's Last Theorem - Quanta
Amsterdam is removing 10,000 parking spaces - Vimeo
but they are doing this after first reducing how much those cars are used
in Germany new motorways are still being pushed through established urban areas - Guardian
in Korea, babies can turn two the day after they are born - Guardian
feeble cycling infrastructure standards from Transport for London - LCC

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