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Principal, LMH Oxford. Ex-editor, Guardian. Chair, Reuters Institute. Board, CPJ; Author, Play it Again; Breaking News. acrusbridger (at) https://t.co/N8GNSmiLuw.

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Don’t think you’ve been paying close attention

Striking cover for latest edition of LMH News. Featuring recent law graduate Oluwatoyin Ihinmikalu . Photographed by our head porter, Ali Pearson “My dress looks right, yet strange, not forced...yet it is a statement; one whispered, not shouted.” @lmhoxford 

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This is worth tuning into: 10 episodes of the Futuremakers podcast, returning for a second season. This series looks at Oxford’s cutting-edge research into the climate crisis, with some v special guests

Editor in Chief Paul Dacre comes close to calling his successor, Geordie Greig, a liar in FT letter & suggests advertisers now fleeing Daily Mail. Lord Rothermere may suggest Dacre may wish to spend more time on his Scottish estate...

A speedy referendum would be a far better alternative than a general election

Have you seen Andrzej Krauze’s life work - left on a London bus? Guardian cartoonist appeals for return of missing artworks

Divestment works – and one huge bank can lead the way #KeepItInTheGround 

The notion of Murdoch changing direction remains a liberal fantasy, but he’s navigating deep political divides inside his own empire. ‘The day-to-day management can’t manage these warring factions’

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We didn’t win two world wars to become a nasty, arrogant, bigoted, isolationist country that forgot the lessons of history as well as the cost of winning and sustaining peace

This is a full scale revolution by Dominic Cummings, who literally holds Parliament in contempt. Today was just the beginning, according to @WikiGuido  Here’s what could be next:

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Well, this is frightening. Matthew Parris on Mrs May, “the Death Star of modern British politics”

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At times like this you can't improve on the wise words of the former permanent secretary of the MoD

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Those who wanted Brexit have had 899 days to show how it could happen. Now they can't, a small show of humility would be welcome. And maybe a willingness to consider returning to the relative unity we had as a country before 23/6/2016

At the moment of the greatest peacetime crisis since WW2....

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