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Dominic Cummings may disagree, but wealth is considerably more heritable than genes (Guardian) Policymakers who misuse genetics to argue a child’s fate is preordained are deliberately ignoring the effects of inequality, says Polly Toynbee.

Britain’s journey from austerity has barely begun (FT, £) The winner of the next election will have to continue with cuts, whatever the health if the economy, says Janan Ganesh 

China buys up Britain as politics takes a back…

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