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according to the un the chance of a 15 year old boy dying by the age of 50 is now higher in america than in ba
According to the UN the chance of a 15-year-old boy dying by the age of 50 is now higher in America than in Bangladesh
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america is not the only country that appears to be on the wrong side of mr laffers curve
America is not the only country that appears to be on the wrong side of Mr Laffer’s curve
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most countries appear to have set their highest tax rates at or below the peak of the laffer curve
Most countries appear to have set their highest tax rates at or below the peak of the Laffer curve
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politicians such as ronald reagan and george w bush have used the laffer curve to justify tax cuts both result
Politicians, such as Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, have used the Laffer curve to justify tax cuts. Both resulted in lower revenues
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among british adults with a university degree the gender gap in interest in politics is a whopping 37 percenta
Among British adults with a university degree, the gender gap in interest in politics is a whopping 37 percentage points
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in countries with more gender equality the gap in interest in politics tends to be smaller
In countries with more gender equality, the gap in interest in politics tends to be smaller
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on june 12th over 40 of the ice sheet s square kilometres were melting well outside the norm for the past 40 y
On June 12th over 40% of the ice sheet's square kilometres were melting, well outside the norm for the past 40 years
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greenland is currently losing 3bn tonnes of ice every day roughly three times the average for mid june in 1981
Greenland is currently losing 3bn tonnes of ice every day, roughly three times the average for mid-June in 1981-2010
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greenlands vast ice sheet is in rapid retreat
Greenland’s vast ice sheet is in rapid retreat
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data show that batsmen have brought aggressive tactics from t20 to odis but still play more safely in tests
Data show that batsmen have brought aggressive tactics from T20 to ODIs, but still play more safely in Tests

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venezuela once the fifth happiest country in the world has become miserable as its economy has collapsed
Venezuela, once the fifth-happiest country in the world, has become miserable as its economy has collapsed
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spain is a bright spot but the eu is a long way from achieving equal gender representation in politics
Spain is a bright spot, but the EU is a long way from achieving equal gender representation in politics
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uber may be causing a decrease in drunk driving
Uber may be causing a decrease in drunk driving
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interactive map europe will soon have more barriers on its borders than during the cold war
INTERACTIVE MAP: Europe will soon have more barriers on its borders than during the Cold War
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70 years ago little boy and fat man killed over 200000 today s bombs are far more powerful
70 years ago, Little Boy and Fat Man killed over 200,000. Today's bombs are far more powerful
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night time light emissions show how deserted syria has become since 2011 econarchive
Night-time light emissions show how deserted Syria has become since 2011 #econarchive
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in 2015 italy spent 76 more on fixing old roads than it did on building new onesthe highest ratio in the oecd
In 2015, Italy spent 76% more on fixing old roads than it did on building new ones—the highest ratio in the OECD
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the british empire at victoria and elizabeth s accession and after 63 years
The British Empire at Victoria and Elizabeth's accession and after 63 years
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britain s in out eu referendum will be on june 23rd the arguments for and against brexit
Britain's in-out EU referendum will be on June 23rd. The arguments for and against #Brexit
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the total number of displaced venezuelans may already have reached 4m out of a population of some 30m
The total number of displaced Venezuelans may already have reached 4m, out of a population of some 30m
Total(1) => 0.28243088722229 f_f_QM(2) => 0.083039045333862 indS(2) => 0.027719974517822 indM(2) => 0.052485942840576 indM_1(2) => 0.0053119659423828 indM_2(2) => 0.002018928527832 indM_4(2) => 0.0033202171325684 indM_5(2) => 0.005108118057251 indM_6(2) => 0.0024569034576416 indM_7(2) => 0.0042130947113037 indM_8(2) => 0.0019149780273438 indM_9(2) => 0.014909267425537 indM_10(2) => 0.012797117233276 f_f_pTL(2) => 0.19705104827881 f_f_dT(20) => 0.196772813797