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Past Baillie Gifford Award winners reflect on their year in reading ‹ Literary Hub

The Baillie Gifford Prize is the most prestigious literary award for non-fiction in the world. We checked in with some past winners about their year in reading. * Craig Brown, 2020 Baillie Gifford Award Winner 150 views on the Beatles, recommends: Geoff Dyer is the funniest and most original nonfiction writer we have. IN Last …

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White Noise is a lively, fearless and compelling film ‹ Literary Hub

Crackerjack by Noah Baumbach, fantastic adaptation by Don DeLillo White noise is one of the big surprises of the year. Not because Baumbach isn’t an excellent writer and director, but because DeLillo’s 1985 novel, a satire on the “endlessly twisted, religious underside of American consumerism,” is one of the great unfilmable books, a rhetorical playground …

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What should the FCA consider in the race to become a UK crypto hub?

The UK’s financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has continuously faced criticism from UK lawmakers and members of the crypto industry for its stance on strict regulations and, therefore, its seemingly utopian desire to become a crypto hub in the next few years. For example, one major claim against the FCA involves the slow …

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