Danny Blanchflower

Trump hurt people for a photo op he is the president of boarded up churches fool

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Storied apparel brand Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy, as it seeks buyer and closes some stores

NEW: Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces job retention bonus scheme, giving firms £1000 for every member of staff they bring back after the U.K.'s furlough scheme ends More:

From today until 31 March 2021, buyers will pay no Stamp Duty on the first £500k when they move home. Nearly 9 out of 10 people getting on or moving up the property ladder will pay no Stamp Duty at all.

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Multiple businesses with ties to President Trump received millions of dollars in small business relief loans backed by the administration.

If U.S. states were countries, they would be 13 of the world's 20 worst covid outbreaks (per capita!), along with Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Panama, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kuwait.

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VP Pence and the Coronavirus Task Force hold a press briefing this morning at 1130AM/ET at the Dept of Education, following a closed door meeting there at 1015am. Their last briefing was June 26 at @HHSGov .

NEW—US withdrawal from @WHO  is unlawful and threatens global and US health and security Comment from Lawrence O Gostin, Harold Hongju Koh, Michelle Williams, et al

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Gold breaks above $1,800. It's not really gold going up, but the dollar going down. The Fed can't print trillions of new dollars without existing dollars losing purchasing power. Therefore, more dollars are needed to buy #gold . Soon more dollars will be needed to buy everything.

Trying to think of all the ways you can hurt people in a pandemic 1. Reopen prematurely 2. Demand schools reopen w/ extremely high rates of spread 3. Promote drugs with no efficacy and potential harm 4. Do nothing to prevent the spread 5. Give misinformation daily 6. Anti-science

Each Monday to Wednesday in August, customers can enjoy up to £10 off meals and non-alcoholic drinks per person in eligible cafes, pubs and restaurants. #PlanForJobs 

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