How economics became a religion | John Rapley | News | The Guardian

How economics became a religion

How economics became a religion | John Rapley | News | The Guardian

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Pay drop for thousands of workers as Sunday penalty rate cuts kick in

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Theresa May.

Here are 10 good reasons to dread five more years of May

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Newly-released court papers question the safety of Roundup, one of America's most popular weed killers. More than 200 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto, the chemical giant that makes Roundup, in the last two years. Attorneys claim the papers show Monsanto took steps to spin research on possible cancer links to Roundup's main ingredient. Mireya Villarreal reports.

Newly-released court papers question the safety of Roundup, one of America's most popular weed killers. More than 200 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto, the chemical giant that makes Roundup, in the last two years. Attorneys claim the papers show Monsanto took steps to spin research on possible cancer links to Roundup's main ingredient. Mireya Villarreal reports.

Nick Xenophon congratulates minister for communications Mitch Fifield after passing the media ownership bill in the Senate.

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Nick Xenophon congratulates minister for communications Mitch Fifield after passing the media ownership bill in the Senate.

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Senator Nick Xenophon during debate in the Senate before the media reforms passed.

Labor labels Xenophon 'the great pretender' after he supports media reforms – politics live

Senator Nick Xenophon during debate in the Senate before the media reforms passed.

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A barista is seen preparing a coffee at a cafe in Canberra

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Roundup in a supermarket

Communications minister Mitch Fifield congratulates Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts the media reforms passed with their help.

Labor labels Xenophon 'the great pretender' after he supports media reforms – politics live

Communications minister Mitch Fifield congratulates Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts the media reforms passed with their help.

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