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