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France has been waging war in the Sahel for almost six years. This is longer than the Second World War. This is all the longer…

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The general view seems to be that, whatever the outcome, this has been a desultory election campaign.  More lies, more half-truths, more evasion.  This is…

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Has the political culture forgotten how to make things happen? Maybe it matters not at all who wins elections. Why not? Because our political culture…

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One of us met the chief executive of a metropolitan area recently and they said that, theoretically at least, there should be no role for…

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As we head towards the final denouement of the election, there is little of the joy and anticipation that one normally feels when the final…

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Putting a cross on a piece of paper once every few years is virtually the electorate’s only involvement in our so-called democracy. We thereby elect…

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For political nerds, a club of which I confess to being a fully paid-up member, elections are usually times of great excitement. Yet this election…

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At the NATO summit in London on 3 and 4 December 2019, there was a lot of talk about Russia and relatively little about Kosovo…

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Winston Churchill complained about the BBC’s uncommitted stance during the General Strike in 1926. “How can you be even-handed between the fireman and the fire?”…

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The Overton Window describes what is acceptable for discussion in public. This changes over time and this influence what happens in politics. According to Overton,…

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