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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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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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As of December 11th the WTO appellate body will cease to function following US refusal to appoint new judges. In effect, the WTO dispute resolution…

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Heavens above, political campaigners can be obstuse and dull: I was never so aware of it as I am now. Of course, what now seems…

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As we enter the final weeks of the election, the latest numbers from the housing sector do not make for pretty reading. Britain’s housing market…

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On Sunday, the Hong Kong municipal elections were a spectacular success for pro-democracy activists opposed to supporters of the Chinese Communist Party line. Turnout (some…

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Through the summer and autumn of 2019 there was much talk of both political and constitutional crises wracking the body politic of dear old Blighty….

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