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Fair Warning - Inheritance tax, Nightingale, and wine

Hello! This week has been unexpectedly rubbish but I've run 10k (two lots of 5k... funny how the thou
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Fair Warning - Inheritance tax, Nightingale, and wine
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #99 • View online
Hello! This week has been unexpectedly rubbish but I’ve run 10k (two lots of 5k… funny how the thought of a hot chocolate with lashings of whipped cream, AND a steak and ale pie is a source of encouragement to keep running eh… Can you imagine how far I’d run if I was promised a free Sunday roast with all the trimmings???) so I’m pretty pleased with that.
The thing I mentioned last week? Still working on it, and my plan is to send it out in next week’s edition, so do stick around for that!
Non-data things that made me happy this week:

On the home front
These Are the Brexit Battlegrounds That Will Decide the U.K. Election
Over the pond
Quiz: Which of these 2020 Democrats agrees with you most?
Odds and ends
Beyond Nightingale: Being a Woman in Data Visualization
Optimistic facts to be thankful for this Thanksgiving
That’s all for this week. It’s a bit shorter than normal due to ~time constraints~ on my end, but hopefully it’s full of interesting stuff nonetheless! Remember, if you like reading Fair Warning, share the love and get your friends to subscribe (they can read past issues at their leisure!)
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A weekly newsletter with anywhere between 10 and 20 links about data journalism, data visualisation, and storytelling, curated by a British data journalist and nerd. Expect politics, statistics, society and culture - all through the frame of data... With a dash of whimsy.

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