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Elsewhere on Wednesday,— The problem with people who think there’s a problem with asking banks to raise capital.— Blame secularism for America’s dysfunction.— Wren-Lewis: Brexit makes the economics of Scottish independence much more attractive.— Economic data for the UK’s combined authorities. Weep for the West Midlands.— Is IG (AA) Credit now a “free” put on the SP500?— The BBC interview dad speaks and adds yet more ‘aww’ to an already ‘aww’ situation. I mean, the ‘aww’ is at dangerously high levels now.— But don’t worry! We have yet another story that tries to explain Steve Bannon’s worldview.— Related: Zuckerberg defends Facebook’s all-white board by pointing out Peter Thiel likes Trump.— These reporters went to Turkey to interview Erdogan and all they got was a meeting with a

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Elsewhere on Wednesday,

— The problem with people who think there’s a problem with asking banks to raise capital.

Blame secularism for America’s dysfunction.

— Wren-Lewis: Brexit makes the economics of Scottish independence much more attractive.

— Economic data for the UK’s combined authorities. Weep for the West Midlands.

— Is IG (AA) Credit now a “free” put on the SP500?

The BBC interview dad speaks and adds yet more ‘aww’ to an already ‘aww’ situation. I mean, the ‘aww’ is at dangerously high levels now.

— But don’t worry! We have yet another story that tries to explain Steve Bannon’s worldview.

— Related: Zuckerberg defends Facebook’s all-white board by pointing out Peter Thiel likes Trump.

— These reporters went to Turkey to interview Erdogan and all they got was a meeting with a conspiracy theorist who happened not to be Erdogan.

— Beware strange texts bearing gifts if your iPhone is stolen.

— Also, are you bewaring the gene editing technology Crispr? You should definitely be bewaring the gene editing technology Crispr.

— Further watching and listening with Sesame Street and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

— Further, further reading.

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Kadhim Shubber
Kadhim Shubber is a freelance journalist who first bought bitcoins so that he could buy a beer at The Pembury Tavern, Hackney’s bitcoin pub. He has reported for Slate, Wired, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and Ampp3d. He is currently studying for a Masters in Journalism at City University London.