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American journalists take up arms, while Finnish journalists and politicians are told to get out of the sauna—plus Nick Clegg and the pandas of doom

By Prospect   February 2011

Sick of your iPhone’s interminably slow load time? Follow US artist Michael Tompert’s lead, and tie the offending item to a train track. Do the same with enough Apple products, and the result (above) can even be quite eye-catching. This work is called Caltrain Fatalities: Left Track/Right Track. Seven 2010 iPod Nanos were harmed in the process

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David Cameron may have styled himself as the “heir to Blair” but he has already outperformed his predecessor in one respect. New Labour’s launch of the “Big Conversation” in 2003  was an embarrassment, derided as another  consultation exercise designed for public…

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