Matt Thompson

Matt Thompson

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Matt Thompson is a political producer at BBC Newsnight

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There's a museum in Croatia that exhibits items left behind at the end of love affairs. Take the audio guide tour...

The Cabinet of Animosities

There's a museum in Croatia that exhibits items left behind at the end of love affairs. Take the audio guide tour...

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