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RT @econbartleby: The answer to this excellent question is going to lie in the productivity numbers. Many people are able to perform their existing roles at home. But what happens when they need to move roles, and can new hires get up to speed without spending time with colleagues?
RT @estwebber: Sorry, I've deleted that tweet because it wasn't the full question and I know these things are important to lawyers. @StigAbell: "Are you comfortable with Brandon Lewis saying the govt is willing to break the law?" Matt Hancock on @TimesRadio: "I am".
RT @BethRigby: ANALYSIS: ‘Brexit detox day’ for Labour as Starmer threw party onto the ‘we’re all leavers now’ bandwagon. His ambition now is to re-cast himself as ‘the competent’ Leaver against a PM that could be taking UK to a no trade deal exit. Fascinating politics news.sky.com/story/brexit-s…
RT @PhilipHammondUK: 2) The UK is a rule-of-law state, and attempting to legislate domestically to override international law would be an incredibly dangerous step and bound to lead to conflict with the judiciary. It would also hugely damage our standing on the world stage.
RT @itvnews: A former doctor in China tells @emmamurphyitv of participating in at least 500 to 600 operations on the country's minority Uighur women including forced abortions, sterilisations, the removal of wombs and contraception itv.com/news/2020-09-0… https://t.co/t1lenygWkW
RT @BBCPolitics: “He is a misogynist, he has very poor views on LGBTQ rights, I just don’t think this is a man who should be anywhere near our Board of Trade” Conservative MP Caroline Nokes on former Australian PM Tony Abbott working for UK Board of Trade #politicslive bbc.in/2YVSjjP https://t.co/DKuDU6mHbS