Tim Worstall

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Tim Worstall (born 27 March 1963, Torquay) is a British-born writer and blogger, who writes about many topics, but particularly about economics. He works as a consultant and dealer in scandium and other exotic metals.[1]

Worstall has continuously maintained his blog since April 2004.[2] Two of Worstall's articles about the 7 July 2005 London bombings have been archived by the UK Web Archiving Consortium.[3] Worstall also writes regularly for the online magazine TCS Daily[4] and contributes to The Philadelphia Inquirer's "Editorials & Commentary" page[5]

Worstall supported the PRISM program in a June 2013 blog entry.[6]

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  1. ^ "The Low Hanging Fruit Company ( BVI ) Limited". Retrieved 2006-09-03. 
  2. ^ Worstall, Tim (2006-06-01). "Why I pull columns apart". Press Gazette. 
  3. ^ "Tim Worstall". UK Web Archiving Consortium. Retrieved 2006-08-19. [dead link]
  4. ^ "Tim Worstall". TCS Daily. Retrieved 2006-08-19. 
  5. ^ Worstall, Tim (2006-09-03). "Looking at world through shape of a 'J'". The Philadelphia Inquirer. 
  6. ^ Worstall, Tim. "NSA's PRISM Sounds Like A Darn Good Idea To Me: This Is What Governments Are For - Forbes". Forbes. Retrieved 7 June 2013. 

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