Republicans / January

This story is *bananas*. €445bn that could be spent easily to help the US, which is clearly suffering greatly from COVID, might not be, as Republicans rediscover their love of deficit reduction in or around January 20th.

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Republicans / January

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Biden’s attack on girls’ sports. Important insights from @AbigailShrier ⁩

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Americans from the “districts” would be shocked at the scale of our capital’s military occupation. Three days after inauguration, Washington is still an armed encampment.

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I've noticed a theme in some of my recent hate mail: angry complaints that in saying that almost all elected Republicans are corrupt and/or clueless, I'm engaging in a sin akin to ... racism. So let's talk about that 1/

A massive global vaccination effort is underway. Here's where the fight against Covid-19 stands this week ▶️

President Joe Biden released details of his Covid response plan. Biden will seek to accelerate the rollout of Covid vaccines by providing funding to local and state officials, creating more vaccination sites and launching a national education campaign.

London finance vacancies fell 49% in 2020 on Brexit and Covid angst

Dressed as #Netaji , kids celebrate #SubhashChandraBose ’s 125th anniversary | Track the day's latest #news  and #updates  here:

When Joe Biden took the oath of office as the 46th president, he became not only the oldest newly inaugurated U.S. chief executive in history but also the oldest sitting president ever

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