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Ben Judah
Writer, working on a book for . Author of 'This Is London' and 'Fragile Empire' — 🇬🇧🇫🇷.
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Richard Gowan 3h
That's the natural guerrilla instinct of a child of an expert in politics. taught you well ;-)
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Ben Judah 3h
This would be smart.
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Ben Judah 3h
If I had been a Brexiteer, low chance but still, I would never have triggered A50, and instead used UK veto and other internal measures to disrupt EU functioning until it conceded Brexit by treaty as an alternative to its gangplank. A50 was their great mistake.
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Ben Judah 4h
Labour cannot vote for this.
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Luke McGee 4h
A reminder: fishing makes up LESS than 0.05% of the UK's economy. How many more times have you seen it in the news than, oh, I don't know, CLEARING HOUSES?
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Ben Judah 4h
What an unfortunate name.
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Franklin Foer 14h
In summation: Facebook-- a dominant source of global news and information--pays to spread anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and shades the truth to avoid offending Republicans.
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Ben Judah 17h
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Ben Judah 17h
Replying to @offpiste9
Do you think markets actually will though? The UK having being judged very differently by financial markets in this crisis compared to other markets...
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Ben Judah 17h
Ah, an catch phrase on the front page of the Sun.
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Ben Judah 17h
Neal Acherson on the recent rise and fall of mid-modern Britain books by David Edgerton and James Hamilton-Paterson.
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Ben Judah 18h
Lesson to other world leaders: flattery, theatre, obsequious performances at White House not worth it.
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Ben Judah 19h
Amusing May officially thinks Brexit can be stopped but not Corbyn.
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Tim Judah Nov 14
Hard to know if is actually insane or really has no clue whatsoever about what happened in Bosnia. The sad thing is that many will actually believe he knows what he is talking about. But above all it is sad that a serious politician should spout such craziness.
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Ben Judah 20h
Not shedding a tear for this.
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Ben Judah 23h
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Ben Judah 23h
A EU without Britain is an EU that is going to be significantly less understood in Washington...
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Ben Judah 24h
Which holds out the silver lining of in the medium to long term Britain actually emerging as a ruthless manipulator of EU internal politics with Barnier and Weyand highly paid lobbyists for UKTI.
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Ben Judah Nov 14
I personally see May’s achievement of a CU backstop as an achievement — it limits the severity of the cliff edge the UK can ever fall over and thus gives the country more flexibility and room for manoeuvre negotiating the final agreement. A win for May in the negotiations.
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