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Robin Wilton
Articulating your formless void of discontent. Tweets should not be thought to represent views/policies of employer.
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Lars Klingbeil 🇪🇺 22h
Aus welchen dubiosen Kanälen kommen die Millionen für die AfD? Wenn sich das alles bewahrheitet, hat die Partei ein ziemliches Problem. Nicht nur moralisch sondern auch juristisch.
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Robin Wilton 19h
Norway is enlightened and forward-looking enough to craft this kind of transnational policy from outside the EU. Would a post-Brexit UK govt have the vision, inclination or political will for any such thing? I see no signs that it would.
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Elaine Edwards Aug 17
Good news re ProtonMail. Worth paying for encryption, I reckon.
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Anne Kari H. Ovind Aug 13
Norway’s FM launched new humanitarian strategy today guiding 🇳🇴 efforts over the next 5 years focusing on and solutions. Read the new here:
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Stian Nordengen Christensen Aug 13
Norway's new humanitarian strategy highlights strong engagement for internally displaced persons. 'Leaving no-one behind' requires a long-term international commitment for IDPs
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Inger Haugsgjerd Aug 13
utfordrar plastindustrien til å ta meir ansvar og ikkje skyve det over på forbrukaren. Vi treng 🐙 Forbod mot eingongsplast 🐬 Produsentansvarsordning 🐚 Internasjonal avtale mot marin forsøpling
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Robin Wilton 23h
Thank you, Arturo - most kind :^)
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Brian Campbell Aug 17
Replying to @__b_c
it may well be futile but I don't know what else to do. I'd hate to see Token Binding die before it really ever had a chance to live. And without browser support, it's as good as dead.
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Kevin M. Kruse Aug 16
No, as a professor, I understand the Civil War was fought over slavery, because that's what the South repeatedly said the Civil War was about.
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Robin Wilton Aug 17
Replying to @GreatDismal
Or, as the woman in question heard it: "Mmm mmhhmmm hmmm hmmf mmmfphmhhmmphmphm hmmphmmmfmm?"
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Robin Wilton Aug 17
It's not "policy formation" if they're withholding information about a negotiating position that has already been decided, is it? And, as has been amply noted, the Commission has published its positions in full, and can gauge the UK's from material in the public domain.
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Alex Aug 17
BREAKING HMRC confirm existence of Impact Assessments but refuse to disclose them.
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Robin Wilton Aug 17
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Robin Wilton Aug 17
"Let's be clear": 'No deal' *is* a bad deal. So the Prime Minister's much vaunted soundbite means "a bad deal is better than a bad deal". No wonder the cognitive dissonance is driving her round the bend.
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Robin Wilton Aug 17
Worst euphemism ever.
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Paul Bernal Aug 16
I’m on a European road trip. 8 countries so far, about to enter the 9th. One conclusion from talking to people: they think we’re crazy over Brexit. Another conclusion: they’re right.
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Guy Herbert Aug 17
One wonders how long the tendering process took. I note also they are helping Home Office with designing its process for EU residents. If departments even contract out the actual bureaucracy, what on earth are they for?
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ben goldacre Aug 17
This is just wrong from the outset. The EU is the UK's biggest trading partner, bigger than the US by a factor of four. That's why Brexit will fail. It's based on nonsense and it's being implemented by people who believe their own fantasies. Reality won't reward this.
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Aral Balkan Aug 17
The key reason you should have your own Mastodon instance at your own domain: you can move it to any host at any time without losing your social graph. For third-party instances, the discussion on account migration (with some great input), is going on at
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Robin Wilton Aug 17
Replying to @Jeremy_Hunt
Leaving the EU would be a big mistake for the UK because of its long term impact on partnership with Europe. What's your point?
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