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Palko Karasz
Digital reporter in London. Stories: Previously: Budapest · Bucharest · Paris
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Palko Karasz Apr 20
"Having grown up, I’ve since been using the same skills that I misused several years ago for constructive purposes," said Marcus Hutchins, a hacker turned security analyst
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Palko Karasz Apr 19
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“There is nothing that the landowners have done to earn those incomes,” said Josh Ryan-Collins, head of research at the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at University College London.
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Palko Karasz Apr 19
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In Britain, land accounted for half of the country’s net worth in 2016, according to data from the Office of National Statistics — double that of Germany and higher than in countries like France, Canada and Japan.
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Palko Karasz Apr 19
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“Much of the land owned by the Crown, the aristocracy, and the Church has not been registered, because it has never been sold, which is one of the main triggers for compulsory registration,” the Land Registry says on its website.
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Palko Karasz Apr 19
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In England, home to about 56 million people, half the country belongs to just 25,000 landowners, he wrote in "Who Owns England," a book to be published in May.
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Palko Karasz Apr 19
Guy Shrubsole began documenting England’s estates after the EU referendum in 2016. “If Brexit really meant ‘taking back control of our country,’ then I’d like at least to know who owns it,” he wrote a year after the vote.
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Matthew Anderson Apr 19
100 years after the Bauhaus was founded, see where the school’s architectural legacy stands in 7 countries around the world
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Palko Karasz Apr 18
Hello I'm a journalist with The New York Times in London, trying to get in touch for an interview. Can you please let me know what's the best way to reach you? Thank you!
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Ceylan Yeginsu Apr 18
Number of arrests up to 428: Met police
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Palko Karasz Apr 18
Hi , I'm a reporter with The New York Times in London. I'd like to get in touch for an interview today. Can you please let me know the best way to reach out? Thanks very much!
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Palko Karasz Apr 13
On the lips of Matteo Salvini, Italy’s most powerful politician, the word “buonista,” or do-gooder, has become a slur.
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Christopher Schuetze Apr 11
The 16 month investigation into a the German Center for Political Beauty has dropped. Still, a who's who of political of German public figures have signed a letter of outrage --
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Claire Barthelemy Apr 12
Wow: “That is why sex films were no longer allowed on airplanes,” he wrote to illustrate his point, “because violence would break out among the small community of passengers.”
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Matthew Anderson Apr 12
Investigations at the Vienna State Opera's ballet school “uncovered very unpleasant incidents, which are completely intolerable and which we regret greatly,” it said in a statement
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Steven Erlanger Apr 11
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Palko Karasz Apr 11
Found this video of last night’s Brexit summit
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Steven Erlanger Apr 10
The E.U. Seems Ready to Put Brexit on Ice. But for How Long?
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Matthew Anderson Apr 10
Angela Merkel removed two paintings by Emil Nolde from her office last week. The true nature of the artist's past is now coming to light.
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Palko Karasz Apr 10
At least half the cast of "Porgy and Bess" in Budapest has signed the document.
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Claire Barthelemy Apr 10
of course we get to see a black hole before a Brexit deal
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