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Ben Judah
Writer, working on a book for . Author of 'This Is London' and 'Fragile Empire'. Photos mostly on Instagram: .
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Ben Judah 10h
Tfw when your press release does👌
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Ben Judah 11h
Rembrandt's etchings.
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iSketchNews Jun 3
Why would anyone wanna be an in when there’s to be had, asks
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Trump's cover photo is like a Renaissance painting.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
🌎 Shabbat Shalom 🌏
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Rebranding attempt at John McDonnell underway from "austere bank manager" to cheerful uncle.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Meanwhile, amongst the frivolous.
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Nigel Farage Aug 18
Very sorry to see my friend Steve Bannon go. His political brain will be hard to replace.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Rupert "scorching WSJ editorial" and James "$1m ADL donation" Murdoch, really are two of the unlikeliest liberal heroes.
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Rosie Gray Aug 18
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Ben Judah Aug 18
This is a must read, with worrying implications for British and French engagement in Afghanistan.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Replying to @joshglancy
Economist in 1990s was - with exceptions - a conservative publication. Now it's a liberal radical one - with fiscal exceptions.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Replying to @joshglancy
I'm saying Economist on journey out of conservatism and camouflaged by tweed gone from occasional to default liberal radicalism.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Replying to @joshglancy
It's much more than that, same feeling at the FT and the WSJ and they stuck to the conservative script at election time.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Replying to @b_judah
And she sails serenely on - her tweeds hiding her radicalism - calling for drugs policy and Russia sanctions, younger men would never dare.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Replying to @b_judah
Now, from , to , endorsing Lib-Dems, the paper's Oxbridge radicalism has seen it firmly step away from the FT, WSJ.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
Replying to @b_judah
The Economist, back in 1990s, used to have one or two provocative crusades -- gay marriage and drug legalisation -- the editorial evolved.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
The Economist, however, has slowly changed its temperament over the last fifteen years; very much in its new norm.
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Ben Judah Aug 18
UKIP approaching full transformation into the BNP with this leadership candidate
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Ben Judah Aug 17
These are good ideas, and sadly very little chance of them seeing the light of day for rather some time.
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