Sorry I haven’t blogged for a few days, work commitments. The papers are divided between previews of Wednesday’s Budget and the latest updates from Libya, with the Mail and Times going for the former and the Guardian, Telegraph and Indy favouring the latter. In the case of the Times they have a decent sized scoop/leak, whereas the Mail they have some very dubious looking stats.
- @HMATomFletcher went to a lunch, saw domestic workers were seated separately, left main table & sat with them #genius blogs.fco.gov.uk/tomfletcher/20… 3 hours ago
- Good piece on #Lebanon's archaic tax laws by @AUB_Lebanon economics professor Jad Chaaban executive-magazine.com/opinion/commen… 3 days ago
- Head of UNHCR #Lebanon. Gov needs unified strategy for refugees and a decision on camps. executive-magazine.com/opinion/commen… @DanaSleiman @joelleeid 3 days ago
- @Beirutspring Absolutely. May be combination of both. Planning to do a follow up piece next week looking at why. He would not be drawn on it 1 week ago
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