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(Economics & finance lecturer, media columnist, sports fan, likes good food and travel. Living in Galway, but from Cork. Keen interest in education.)
– May 17, 2019, 10:43 AM
WASHINGTON—Bursting through the Congressional chamber doors while moaning and clutching his shoulder, John Bolton reportedly stumbled into the Capitol building Friday claiming that he'd been shot by Iran. “Help, help, I've just been…
Cognitive biases are patterns of behavior that can lead us to make bad decisions and suboptimal judgments. A new research report suggests that they influence the investment choices made by asset managers, creating identifiable lifecycles as to when…
Large differences between local council spend and income, but as it should be as it reflects differences in localities and constituents Rural/urban divide remains a big and challenging issue, with cross-council fiscal disparities getting bigger…
– May 17, 2019, 9:52 AM
The Süddeutsche Zeitung and Der Spiegel both obtained parts of the video and audio recordings and analyzed them together. The Süddeutsche Zeitung paid no money for the material, and neither did Der Spiegel, according to the magazine.
After examining activity at different points in the last few weeks, both researchers said they believed that networks of inauthentic accounts may be working to artificially inflate the buzz around Farage's new party on Twitter. “This is…