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“Voters may select a celebration that doesn’t need the nation to exist”—Elections in Northern Eire

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“Voters may select a celebration that doesn’t need the nation to exist”—Elections in Northern Eire

VOTERS IN THE UK head to the polls for native elections tomorrow. In Northern Eire, a celebration that doesn’t need the nation to exist seems poised to win the biggest variety of seats. Why a Nebraskan firm’s annual basic assembly has grow to be often known as “the Woodstock of capitalism.” And the way the artwork of cattle buying and selling is getting a twenty first century makeover. Runtime: 25 min

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