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The Economist
2015: the year we finally saw the demise of the Hollywood Oscar-bait movie #Oscars econ.st/1EIc1Nh pic.twitter.com/AbZOjwhxv9
Fewer people describe themselves as Christian in London. But church attendance is booming econ.st/1D40Tb9 pic.twitter.com/GGPYvK07PD
Henry Moore, Alberto Giacometti, Willem de Kooning... Spot the Sumerian influence? econ.st/1D3XMjn pic.twitter.com/VnFUSXNYGf
#Oscar injustices: “Big Hero 6” vs "Lego Movie" and "The Imitation Game” vs anything else econ.st/1D3e2kL pic.twitter.com/9cLKoAvboW
Older people have always worried that the young are not taking proper care of language econ.st/1vsqX2b pic.twitter.com/AfVnfLdi8j
Too conservative an approach to language change means speech and writing diverge over time econ.st/1vspvgj pic.twitter.com/P4CHKg7v2g
How ancient artefacts used to wow the public and influence the art world @isawnyu econ.trib.al/x5W4HW8 pic.twitter.com/SoO0zdkAHs
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For many conservatives, to love America is to insist on the sanitisation of historical fact econ.st/1B56C3Q pic.twitter.com/E28DPs6WPs
Hollywood now relies on indie movies and foreign imports when it wants to congratulate itself econ.st/1DK60Tf pic.twitter.com/P0ed84AtJl
Ethnic minorities: In Britain, Bangladeshis have overtaken Pakistanis econ.st/1Aaez77 pic.twitter.com/2A9PEStKrs
From Instagram: Here is our Monday Economist ad caption to start your week econ.st/1D2LGHv pic.twitter.com/QtoATAsak5
Eddie Redmayne wins the Best Actor #Oscar. Our @intlifemag cover story explains how he did it econ.st/1EmrIM8 pic.twitter.com/DVhFIjE6Nj
Here come the robots, but slowly: fully autonomous cars could form just 10% of sales by 2035 econ.st/17zZ9Ob pic.twitter.com/uBN7USJZsH
From Espresso: Singapore worries: Lee Kuan Yew in intensive care econ.st/1GiT2dk pic.twitter.com/kdaS3jEBIN
The end of quotas frees efficient European dairy farms to expand econ.st/1B1UBft pic.twitter.com/uUeV8aTY5Z
The Economist explains how airborne Wi-Fi works econ.st/1Dc9BGS pic.twitter.com/Y7Zm8iDiUs
"Birdman" flies away with the Oscars. Our report econ.st/1AmiA8v pic.twitter.com/bWhdeR7g17
America's mortgage-insurance giants are making bigger profits than before the crisis econ.st/1EhD2sX pic.twitter.com/zkJKQXegIy
The established carmakers will win the race to build the vehicles of the future econ.st/1JxHM2c pic.twitter.com/qvOcVPqd1e
Europe agrees to extend the bail-out—after Greece drops nearly all its demands econ.st/17GYnyV pic.twitter.com/8MlfwcEPcQ
Spain: A lack of larger firms means fewer jobs, and a less resilient economy econ.st/1DFEsyf pic.twitter.com/PYRh7WsaU3
China’s changing attitudes towards Myanmar’s border groups econ.st/1JtF1ip pic.twitter.com/Nw6EN1TP2S