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In deeply Catholic Ireland, two citizens' assemblies showed that the public was in favour of legalising abortion and same-sex marriage https://t.co/ApuFwyT4Tx

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As petrostates buckle under debt, China will undoubtedly take advantage of its own financial strength  https://t.co/6YpfB9PXId

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The pandemic has only widened the gap between the most and least expensive stocks https://t.co/Ipn5d5NZmz

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Scaling Mount Everest was once a feat reserved for only the bravest mountaineers. No longer https://t.co/KlH0I1Vk5C

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Rosalind Franklin’s research—from working on the PPE of her day to uncovering the structure of viruses—is foundational to scientists’ work today, argues Patricia Fara of @CambridgeHPS on our “Babbage” podcast https://t.co/qXr8MdO7Jk https://t.co/yYXEyfwcxS

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Arm’s technology could help Nvidia to access a lucrative market dominated by Intel, the world’s biggest chipmaker by revenue https://t.co/eib1utC59k

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Seasonal influenza kills an estimated 300,000-650,000 people annually. But this year is different https://t.co/sHzorVBL8w

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There are plenty of people within Boris Johnson’s party who have nothing to lose from rebelling against him  https://t.co/zIVqUzukST

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Today on “The Intelligence”: the Notorious RBG, land rights in Africa and Japan’s withering railways https://t.co/1EzSiaISqY

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As coronavirus has spread, so has the language of conspiracy theorists https://t.co/COjb0Z77iM From @1843mag

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A policy which makes it harder for landowners to cut down trees in which koalas might live has divided the Liberals and the Nationals  https://t.co/BB6S8Ts2q4

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Rosalind Franklin was a pioneer in the study of viruses. Elspeth Garman from @UniofOxford explains why, on our “Babbage” podcast https://t.co/0ElhtpJ0iV

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The Eternal Wall will stand at a huge 51m—dwarfing the Angel of the North https://t.co/OWvC6zboO9

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Tesla’s current share price implies it will end up with 30-50% of the car market. But there is still room in the Teslaverse for others https://t.co/vLjDaw9W8l

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How is the combination of the pandemic, and growing concern about climate change, affecting attitudes toward travel? Listen to "The World Ahead" https://t.co/Rr4sM0Xy5v

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The government thinks current difficulties should not last longer than a couple of weeks. But that is a long time when cases are rising https://t.co/Yc79Zvs96U

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As elections become more hyper-partisan and tightly contested, the bigger the sums donors are prepared to throw at them—even if it’s generally ineffective https://t.co/7GH2Nt9tuP

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