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#SCOOP US allies are very concerned that @JoeBiden is considering a landmark shift in nuclear policy that would undermine the #NuclearUmbrella that protects them, as #China rapidly expands its military, including nuclear-capable #hypersonic weapon
France, Germany, UK, Japan, Australia and others have told US they are opposed to "No First Use" and "Sole Purpose" nuclear policies. Some are worried that Biden not aware of their opposition. (Me and @HenryJFoy)
Pissing rain outside, which feels like a perfect excuse for #GunpowderIrishGin. Happy #GinOClock & #Sláinte.
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Anthony #Fauci tells @FT he has not briefed @realDonaldTrump in two months and not seen him at the White House since early June.…
On a good day, I get 100 RTs. This one has 2400 & rising so #Fauci seems to be resonating - except with Trump. Hats off to my colleague @hannahkuchler who did the interview.
On another important note, 4 hours away from #GinOClock (after a hiatus last week). I am mulling options. I know @SpiegelPeter @EmerRocke @SiCarswell @suzannelynch1 @BrianOD_News & @DanMulhall have views. Rest of you?
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THREAD. The East Anglian #fen basin was one of the richest and most populous areas of #medieval England... this thread explores how local communities managed the #landscape that produced the wealth that built huge parish churches - like this one at Terrington St Clement
2. There were more people making enough in the early 14thC to be liable for tax than almost anywhere else in England, and the average community was among the wealthiest n the country. So where did their money come from?
3. Their money came from the dairy cattle that grazed the fen wetland in huge common herds. Almost every household had 4 or 5 cattle &, even if it had little or no arable land, was often wealthier than an upland farmer with 30 acres of arable. How did they achieve this?
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