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Since the weekend, I have been feeling almost permanently in a state of high anxiety, not particularly about coronavirus itself but its seemingly endless, economic,…

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For tribal politicians the primacy of one’s party is an article of faith.    For thinking Liberal Democrats, however, the three general elections of the second…

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A good friend – also involved in the political centre ground – summed up the past year in the words of the once great John…

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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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Ben Rich debates with Alex Deane whether President Trump’s UK visit holds perils for the Tories Read on City AM

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Becoming an MP should be treated like any other job with candidates required to write 300-word applications to be presented to their “employers” – the…

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Jon Ronson, in his book The Psychopath Test, suggests that a significant number of our leaders – in business, industry and politics – are psychopathic….

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Every Parliamentary candidate should have to complete a formal application to match a job description and personal specification, according to radical centre think-tank, Radix. See…

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Expect the unexpected in this most unpredictable of elections.  And yet some things are predictable.  The Conservative election strategy has been clear for some time:…

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It’s déjà vu all over again.  Theresa May got a deal.  She and the EU announced it with great fanfare, and then, within hours, it became clear…

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