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We should foster solidarity with our fellow humans at all times, not just during a global crisis
American power; bitcoin and the bond market; the Special Relationship; funny Romans; and much more.
You’ve bought the GIF, now have a whiff.
Prince Charles and the Saudi donor; Facebook’s $500m silent partner; sissy men; Covid stress; and more.
Moving away from debates shaped by algorithms and character limits may restore nuance to our interactions
Cash; coronavirus; Curtis; California; and much more.
More blockchain bunkum from the bloke who brought us Brexit, BarnardCastleGate and (arguably) Boris.
Please refer to Betteridge’s law of headlines for this one.
And a prototype be ready next year. Along with the Semi, the Roadster, 1m robotaxis, etc.
OnlyFans; the Covid risk calculus; financial crises; Net Zero; and more.
Footballers taking the knee before matches offer a potent reminder of the need for change
Big Disinfo; censor-washing; beliefs vs identity; British country houses’ dark history; and more.
A meme or GIF can be a potent way to persuade others of a certain viewpoint, as extremists well know
An FT Alphaville insider tells us it looks a little fishy.
Record-breaking record breaking; men of ice cream; Elon’s “Ride Script”; Trump’s secret source; and more.
NYC’s disorienting reopening; the time tax; tax cuts for the rich; the vaccine impact in Israel; and more.
Pomp and some sad circumstances.
The American Right’s hippie phase; dog racing; Ben & Jerry’s;
Customer service; science; burning churches; bad inflation takes; and more.
There’s no scientific reason to stop people enjoying themselves outside
American kids’ Britishisms; Amazon’s mystery seeds; vaccine sceptics; Havana Syndrome; and much more.
A recent Ipsos MORI/Economist poll on Covid restrictions was redone along the lines of our suggestions and the results are starkly different.
Tucker Carlson’s manufactured America; the rich’s recovery; the riches line; the West’s cultural revolution; and more.
Trying to work out how many restrictions Brits want after July 19 is a tricky task. But polling isn’t necessarily up to the job.