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Fall of the Palace of Pinks

Capitalism and feminism. Insta-aspiration and reality. In her long read today, the second part of this week’s Tortoise File, Sophie Elmhirst explores how The Wing’s contradictory cocktail became a kind of poison

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Pinch, punch

1 December 2020
  • Fresh analysis showed the Moderna vaccine was up to 100 per cent effective in preventing severe Covid.
  • The death toll from a Boko Haram massacre in northern Nigeria rose to 110.
  • The Arcadia group became the UK’s biggest bankruptcy of the pandemic so far, with the potential loss of 13,000 jobs.

It is now 1 December. The UK’s long meander out of the EU comes to a close at the end of this month. As the UK government’s websites tell us, “new rules for businesses and citizens” take effect in 31 days. We do not, however, know quite what the new rules will and won’t mean. The talks continue – and it is possible the UK will swing into a no deal exit…

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