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Tom Nuttall
Berlin bureau chief, the Economist. Formerly of London, LA & Brussels. Music nut. My special report on refugees: . Not into Twitter spats
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Tom Nuttall Jun 14
His constituents must feel like those wartime Lithuanians who lived in four different countries without moving house.
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Nikola Dimitrov Jun 12
“But these problems should not distract from the extraordinary progress in the country known, since February, as North Macedonia. The EU should not lose confidence in its most potent foreign-policy weapon. To reject [MKD] would be cruel, self-defeating and wrong.”
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Tom Nuttall Jun 12
Not sure about Berlin's current "SoCal by day, Indian monsoon by night" vibe tbh.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 12
Rejecting North Macedonia's bid to open EU membership talks would be self-defeating and wrong. Our leader.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 12
Curious but perhaps unsurprising that Boris Johnson's pitch relies much more heavily on his stint as London mayor than as foreign secretary.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 11
Replying to @MartinRJay
I think only one actually did it yesterday, though one can never be sure.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 11
Replying to @tom_nuttall
From another: "A well-known BBC presenter on live TV accidentally called Jeremy Hunt 'Jeremy Cunt', which is on the island known to be a nasty insult.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 11
One of my German morning newsletters describes Jeremy Hunt as "a man whose backbone consists of highly bendable plastic."
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Tom Nuttall Jun 10
Libertarian-leaning Tories, inc Paul Staines, were well represented among the entrepreneurs of the early rave years (88-90). Many participated generously.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 10
Big rise in the number of Venezuelans applying for asylum in the EU. In March they accounted for the highest number of applications after Syrians.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 8
Replying to @kojishiromoto
Good question.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 8
Replying to @jonworth
Thanks Jon, but I certainly have been paying attention since last autumn, and even for some time before that.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 8
Replying to @leo_axt
And a repository for general scepticism and weariness, I'd say. They're plucking votes from everywhere, which means someones going to get disappointed when the party has to make hard choices.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 8
Another mind-melting poll from Forsa. Greens 27% CDU/CSU 24% SPD 12% AfD 12% Habeck more popular chancellor candidate than either AKK or Scholz.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 7
Replying to @DaveClark_AFP
One day I'll get around to those long reads.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 7
Replying to @tom_nuttall
The continent in question being Europe.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 7
Some high-grade galaxy brain shit here from the good ol' WSJ.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 7
I ask if he wants to comment on Tory candidates pledging to renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement. "Certainly not!"
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Tom Nuttall Jun 7
Replying to @MichelBarnier
.: we have contingency measures ready to manage Irish border in event of no deal. But declines to offer details.
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Tom Nuttall Jun 7
Replying to @MichelBarnier
. on NI backstop - no insurance policy can have a timetable.
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