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China's government wants to make it more appealing to live in a wider range of cities and new towns, not create alternative routes to work in Beijing https://t.co/iAdIOWcrOG
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The pandemic has forced universities to move teaching online. How are attitudes towards remote learning shifting, among students and academics? Listen to "The World Ahead" podcast https://t.co/xrrliOGMVF
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Only 23% of GOP voters expressed a willingness to elect a candidate who had criticised Mr Trump; 45% said they would not https://t.co/cfxMyrKtIE
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Since the miners’ strike of 1984-85, only the radical left has shown much interest in reopening Britain's coal mines https://t.co/T3VC3FOVzK
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Hydrogen goop called "Powerpaste" offers several advantages over batteries, petrol and more con­ventional ways of handling the gas https://t.co/8jHMCH0qzl
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McKinsey continues to think of itself as a partnership built on trust, not one that requires command and control https://t.co/IQkORinRxb
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The new variants are all more inclined to mutate than the wild-type virus that was spotted in Wuhan in 2019 https://t.co/8TEOtaz37X
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The advantage of funding excellent research is that when a crisis hits, the government is more likely to have experts to hand https://t.co/BrTg87SDgs
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The generous terms of Britain's loan programme may have created an incentive for banks to keep zombie firms on their books https://t.co/D1Sztm7j7f
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When China last drew up a protected-species list, a campaign to exterminate wolves was still popular. Now, killers face fines or prison https://t.co/RGauLJqkbX
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As well as tightening its grip on Hong Kong’s politics, China is steadily strangling freedoms in other areas https://t.co/izzXBbxlL7
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It is a shame that India, as a republic, increasingly seems to set aside its own original and excellent toolkit, namely its constitution of 1950 https://t.co/KdkDcf6SBF
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There is growing overlap between America’s five tech behemoths. Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft are beginning to echo the rivalry between Alibaba and Tencent https://t.co/D5MHyhPmuK
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Russia and Turkey will look for common ground wherever they can, but they will find it hard to reconcile their regional and long-term interests https://t.co/Opdxg2ThQQ
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Though Feisal Mosleh and Nermin Niazi were born in Lahore, the family relocated to England when they were children. “Disco Se Aagay” brings together their bifurcating cultural influences https://t.co/Kq1XBdXZUE
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