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“Cadbury’s” by Reading Tom is licensed under CC BY 2.0

This week - the Tory party and elections, the treatment of Islamic State fighters in defeat, an investigation into a Texan biker gang, and cyber warfare in the Ukraine. 
 
If you only read one thing - The London Review of Books on the relocation of a Cadbury factory is worth the time.

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Somerdale to Skarbimierz // The London Review of Books // Society

A fine story from April looking at industrial history and the economics of the EU using the relocation of a Cadbury factory from Britain to Poland as a case study.

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How the Tory election machine fell apart // The Guardian // Politics

A piece that challenges the common adage that The Conservative Party is the most adept in the UK at electoral campaigning.

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The Devil’s Henchmen // The Atavist // Politics

A story looking at what happens to the Islamic State fighters of Iraq in defeat, and in death.

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My Aryan princess // The Dallas Morning News // Crime

An deep dive into an investigation of The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, a notorious white supremacist biker gang.

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How An Entire Nation Became Russia's Test Lab for Cyberwar // Wired // Technology

A piece examining the extent of Russian cyber warfare in the Ukraine.

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