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TweetDeck : It’s hard to believe that Cheddar cheese, which recently triumphed at the World Cheese Awards, actually faced extinction in the 1930s, writes Stephanie Sy-Quia
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TweetDeck : ‘I’ve never been to a parent’s evening. Now is the time to step back.’

Nicky Morgan talks to Katy Balls about her decision to quit parliament on the latest episode of the Women with Balls podcast.
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TweetDeck : Is this the legacy that Nigel Farage covets? Being known for decades to come as the man who reversed the 2016 referendum all by himself? Asks Lionel Shriver
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TweetDeck : My guess is that Pullman wishes that his books could have been a bit more woke than they actually were, says James Delingpole
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TweetDeck : Sunday shows round-up: Sajid Javid – Labour’s spending plans ‘absolutely reckless’
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TweetDeck : The Democrats have an embarrassing inability to produce a candidate who can beat Trump at the ballot, writes Freddy Gray.
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TweetDeck : Polls say that only 7 per cent of British Jews will consider voting for Labour on 12 December, while 47 per cent of British Jews will consider leaving the country if Labour win, says Tanya Gold
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TweetDeck : The last time a segment of China’s population revolted, its leadership made it abundantly clear that any human cost was acceptable for the maintenance of control, says Alec Ash specc.ie/2NTwWJv

TweetDeck : My guess is that Pullman wishes that his books could have been a bit more woke than they actually were, says James Delingpole specc.ie/33qkHuF

TweetDeck : At 210 minutes long, The Irishman is not very bladder-friendly but it's worth dehydrating yourself for, says Deborah Ross specc.ie/36H5oj3

TweetDeck : The Tories continue to hold a comfortable lead in the polls – and with parliament dissolved, they can now focus their efforts entirely on campaigning, says Katy Balls specc.ie/2CqOirI

TweetDeck : Is this the legacy that Nigel Farage covets? Being known for decades to come as the man who reversed the 2016 referendum all by himself? Asks Lionel Shriver specc.ie/34MwCDo