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Worth Reading 109: Mouths of the wicked and deceitful

24 Hours In Any City In The World – “The perfect, meticulously-searched guide to Any City In The World for people who, for some bizarre reason, have only allocated 24 hours to explore it.” 4 Things We Should Remember When Arguing About Politics…

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…

Worth Reading 79: Attacked by a swamp rabbit

Quite a few from the US this time, but it’s been a busy week there. Doing politics in plain sight – Written from a Labour perspective, but I think relevant to everyone. “We all talk about wanting politicians with some experience of life…

Worth Reading 67: Baseball in Montreal

Take a number – Outside magazine reports on some of the deaths to have occurred amongst people climbing Everest this year. (via) Policing The Land – in honour of #ldconf – Sarah Brown rewrites The Land to make it fit the brave new…

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