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: Lithuania wins microchip windfall from Taiwan in China clash Mon, 12:56 https://t.co/oUwiNkMWVg Intriguing.
: RT @ Mon, 16:05 lennylaw: Matthew Parris has made no secret of his detestation of Boris and, as such, when he decides to put the shoe in, he does it wi…
: Why Grange Hill was, to my generation, the most important and beloved show on TV Mon, 17:11 https://t.co/RaB11SLglp From @ MsRachelCooke. Hear hear!
: Northern Ireland a Generation after Good Friday, C. Coulter, N. Gilmartin, K. Hayward, P. Shirlow Mon, 18:17 https://t.co/4FzvVyHzAn
: Just been fiddling around with @ Mon, 20:48 TheStorygraph as an alternative to @ goodreads and @ LibraryThing. Wow, what a terrible user interface! Can’t easily browse your own reviews, can’t find other people’s, can’t find your friends to link with them. I think I’ll stick with what I’ve got.
: Wordle 206 3/6 ⬜ ⬜⬜⬜ ⬜ ⬜ Tue, 07:05
: RT @ Tue, 09:12 GavinBarwell: Let me put this politely: it is not *entirely clear* why the Prime Minister needs to wait for Sue Gray’s report to find o…
: RT @ Tue, 10:45 DPhinnemore: ‘Truss has struck a warmer tone than Frost… and [promised] “constructive proposals” to break the deadlock. ‘But official…