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Why did the Turkish President’s visit to Germany on 28 and 29 September leave us with a diffuse feeling of unease? There is nothing wrong…

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The big occasion at Conservative party conference, beyond question, was the Boris speech. The queues for it really were impressively epic, notable even further at…

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Next Spring, European citizens will vote for the new European Parliament. There are many reasons to believe that 2019 elections will be the most significant…

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The loss of all those bank details from the vaults of Facebook is on result of having one company build up such a powerfully monopolistic…

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Here’s the main point: this weekend marks the eightieth anniversary of the Munich crisis, the moment when the UK prime minister Neville Chamberlain gave away…

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It is very easy for those of us who want to drive for progress to fall into the temptation of only writing blogs and articles…

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A spokesman for the Chinese government has just accused the United States of having started “the biggest trade war of economic history”.   On Monday,…

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Over the next week or so, we are likely to see the next round in the Washington struggle between Donald Trump and his critics –…

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Salzburg is Mozart’s city. Long associated with the wonderful Salzburg Festival, it is quaint and wonderfully Austrian. It is one of the gateways to the…

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Does middle-class still make sense? Metropolitan anonymous sprawl hides all sorts of marginalised people. Odd to say, but as proven by political voting behaviour, it…

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Socialists are naïve about power; Liberals are naïve about money. That is the rule of thumb that I find myself judging current policy by –…

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Many European leaders have welcomed the vote of the Strasbourg Parliament on September 11 which, following the proposal of a Dutch environmentalist, opened a procedure…

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