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Worth Reading 149: Cato gets his wish, and dies

Low oil prices – a threat to the dollar – Some interesting speculation from Jim Bliss on the longer-term implications of the falling oil price and crashing rouble. Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies – Something for the family that hates each other. Ayn…

Worth Reading 144: A gross intrusion

Bernie Ecclestone’s fixation with TV is Formula 1’s undoing – Duncan Stephen explains why F1 is failing to adapt to the modern world. 6 point guide to spotting a potential defector – Dr Alan Wyburn-Powell’s research has found six characteristics present in MPs…

Worth Reading 89: When the walls came tumbling down

Here’s 2013’s first set of links: In an EU referendum, what does NO mean? – Jon Worth looks at Cameron’s latest European strategy and wonders where it might lead. Behaving in politics as if we were normal people – “prefigurative action” – Jon…

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