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Edward Bowles


Edward Bowles is a Member of the European Commission’s Advisory Group on TTIP, and writes this in a personal capacity.

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    TTIP, the Revenant

    By: Edward Bowles 

    Edward Bowles is a Member of the European Commission’s Advisory Group on TTIP, and writes this in a personal capacity. For those of you familiar with Michael Punke's book ‘The Revenant’ (or screen portrayal of the same), the central character, played by Leonardo di Caprio, is mauled terribly by a grizzly bear, betrayed by his appointed protector and left for dead deep in woodland in frozen conditions. Against all the odds, he not...

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