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PUBLISHED: 16:57 10 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:57 10 August 2017

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1. Paul Connew on the best hope to stop Trump’s Korea suicide

2. The French don’t mock us any more they pity us, says Nathaniel Tapley

3. Jacques Cousteau: The man who took the world beneath the waves

4. Bonnie Greer on the corruption of nostalgia

5. Michael White on the slow headway for post-Brexit Ireland

6. Abi Wilkinson on Generation Brex

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