Sanskrit Eton / Comprehensive Oxford

"If you were doing Sanskrit at Eton, you would have got your grade put up. If you were set to be the first person from a bog-standard Comprehensive to go to Oxford, you would almost certainly have seen your grade go down. They can fix this NOW." @mrjamesob  | #AlevelResults 

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Leaked documents reveal some of the world’s biggest banks allowed criminals to move dirty money around the world

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a thought: if Trump nominates Merrick Garland, will those who supported Merrick Garland be mad that he's not a woman? And could President Trump ask Mr. Garland to self-identify as a woman of color to make everyone happy? (I bring solutions to every party)

#FinCENFiles : Secret documents show how criminals use famous banks to finance terror and death, and the government doesn’t stop it

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Barring any curve balls....this week is going to be very interesting.

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