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Ben Judah
Writer, working on a book for . Author of 'This Is London' and 'Fragile Empire' — 🇬🇧🇫🇷.
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Josh Glancy 1h
Been wondering when I first wrote the word "Brexit". Turns out it was in July 2013, when I described "a recently coined portmanteau that could change the course of British history".
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Pawel Wargan 5h
Estimates are now that there were 270,000 people out in Berlin today. Incredible!
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Rosie Gray Sep 19
Replying to @RosieGray
Did we miss anything? (Pic via Channing Johnson)
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Ben Judah 6h
Wish I could have been there!
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Ben Judah 6h
I worry if Olivia Colman is just too funny to be the Queen...
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Gabriel Rozenberg 8h
Today I've quit the Conservatives – I'm now a Liberal Democrat. 👇
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Laurie Chen 9h
This is a really fascinating profile of Carole Cadwalladr, whose crusading brand of journalism/activism has led her to become a polarising figure who has galvanised the pro- and anti-Brexit online factions
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Juliette Rocheleau 7h
"Is Cadwalladr even a reporter, or more of a campaigner—an activist with policy goals she is pursuing through journalism? Does it matter?" Fascinating read from
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Ben Judah 9h
One of the most curious things I unearthed profiling Carole Cadwalladr for .
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Prashant Rao 15h
Is Britain's most consequential reporter more campaigner than journalist? Does it matter? Should it? Read 's comprehensive and thoughtful profile of
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Sebastian Payne 12h
Brilliant piece on the complex character of Carole Cadwalladr
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Ben Judah 10h
Replying to @SebastianEPayne
Thank you!
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Jay Rosen 22h
"If she is wrong, then both her 'Brexit-Trump-Russia' narrative and her career will be in trouble. If she is right, she may have a place in journalism history and validate her reporting-campaigning style."
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Ben Judah 24h
Replying to @MattZeitlin
Hadn’t realised that.
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Ben Judah Sep 19
The politicians “do relaxed” and unbuttoned with either no ties or no jackets fashion has to stop.
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Rosie Gray Sep 19
. 's profile of Carole Cadwalladr, one of the most important and controversial figures in the British media, is excellent.
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Nate Sibley Sep 19
Replying to @NateSibley
"...What we increasingly seem to have instead is an unstable rentier capitalism, weakened competition, feeble productivity growth, high inequality and, not coincidentally, an increasingly degraded democracy."
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Nate Sibley Sep 19
"We need a dynamic capitalist economy that gives everybody a justified belief that they can share in the benefits." This is a must-read from the FT's chief economics commentator.
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Matt Peterson Sep 19
"They can’t just dismiss me as a conspiracy theorist anymore," Cadwalladr tells . But, he writes, "no matter what she publishes, many people in the most powerful offices in London will be more than happy to do just that."
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