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Mis-step by PM as he refuses to look at 4-year-old’s picture illustrating plight of health service
Attention future PMs and kings: the Blockingdon Club awaits you.
Flawed rules exposed as ‘shadow’ campaigns spend £500,000 on Facebook and other sites
Full Fact and FT Alphaville on how the main political parties have misled voters
One chart suggests it might be.
Conservatives launch more than 2,600 social media ads in just 24 hours, echoing Vote Leave strategy
Disappearing apostrophe’s; professional Santas; desperate Lib Dems; Corbynite economics; and more.
Social media advertising push comes as rivals look to close Conservatives’ poll lead
(And shows a remarkable correlation to avocados.)
The rights to the “.org” registry have been bought by a private equity company.
“Inflation charts look as if they’re about to explode.”
Move is part of increasingly aggressive digital strategy by UK’s governing party
It makes no sense.
That includes you, Elizabeth Warren.
“Using Twitter is like dipping your toes into an ocean of human beings.”
It has now reached a “critical point”, according to the price commissioner.
From a website with the tagline: “understanding money”.
Companies like H&M don’t need to invest in “sustainable” start-ups. They need to stop selling cheap, throwaway clothes.
The Salt Lake Tribune’s new status as a public charity is significant, but it’s no panacea for the struggling local paper and new challenges will come with it.
Bon Appetit’s cinematic universe; liberalism according to the Economist; undemocratic philanthropy; bridges to nowhere; and more.
If that seems obvious to you, you are clearly not a bitcoiner.
*Bitcoin bro is a term used by Alphaville and the wider internet, but which not all bitcoin bros self-identify as (including the one in question in this post).
Video game addiction; the anxiety of influencing; Gawker 2.0; a quid pro quo; and more.
For those who are fierce, fearless and, um, freedom.
Decision to strike a partnership with LVMH was tough but vital