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Elsewhere on Wednesday,-- Navalny’s deep-dive exposé into Putin’s Black Sea palace. (Google Translate here. Daily Mail summary here.)-- It seemed so plausible but the Dunning-Kruger effect is probably not real.-- Intel’s got some problems.-- NIMBY-leftists.-- The row over post-Brexit visas for musicians explained.-- The Anti Lockdown Sceptic site.-- And yet we need scepticism more than ever.-- A centrist take on Covid lockdowns.-- Disturbing reports about a possible massacre at the famous Ethiopian Aksum church, which is said to house the Ark of the Covenant.

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