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in lieu of current events 02

One week ago, UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon, two of Europe’s most powerful leaders, met to discuss the repercussions of Brexit and what lies ahead for the Kingdom. Daily Mail though chose to report it like this:

https://goo.gl/images/EGEx5N

Here’s this week’s “in lieu of current events”, brought to you by Antara Gupta and Vedant Vaishampayan.

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