Links I Liked

Pickings are a bit thin this week, but that’s probs because so many people are pretending to be on holiday. Including me – Scottish rain and cuisine, what’s not to like? Back in two weeks.

Thankyou Darren Dutton for the inspired conflation of Donald Trump’s Axios interview (the one with the charts) and the Monty Python parrot sketch.

What’s changed? The post lockdown landscape for campaigners, by Tom Baker

Kenyan tea workers file UN complaint against Unilever over 2007 ethnic violence

How to move a fridge. Anyone know where this comes from? My money’s on Mexico…..

Auld Lang Syne like you’ve never heard it before – Beirut style. Poignant, no doubt, but there’s layers here – she’s rich and playing the piano while her black maids clean up the glass (watch til the end). Lebanon is part of the highly exploitative Kafala system of migrant labour.

What China has been up to under the cover of coronavirus. Powerful round-up from Channel 4 News’ Jonathan Miller…

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4 Responses to “Links I Liked”
    • Duncan Green

      they’re just that, Karma, – links I like, sometimes because of the politics or development-linked content, but sometimes just because I like them!