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Save TTIP or Risk the Alliance

The European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.) have been negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) since 2013. Intended to revive the transatlantic economies by eliminating tariffs and accepting various degrees of regulatory convergence or mutual recognition across a wide range of sectors, and solidify EU-U.S. relations, it now appears to be […]

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So @BorisJohnson just reneged on providing daily figures of people tested for Covid. Too difficult, he says. Too difficult? Caring for Covid ICU patients in full PPE is difficult. Telling someone they are dying from Covid is difficult. This? This is just plain old claptrap. pic.twitter.com/YEEFr3MJj3

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