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Chequers Plan will be bone of contention at Tory conference

Unless May surprises everyone at the conference and introduces a new alternative...

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What if the bull-run gets suddenly over?

Cryptocurrencies may offer a home for some, given how they historically have not corelated with other assets but this market...

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Interim report finds ‘fake news’ a threat to British democracy

The report examines who the innovators and propagators are; how sound-bite news is disseminated; and the demographics of public understanding...

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UK committee invites submissions for future policy with India

The FAC’s remit is to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the FCO. This inquiry is not just about...

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Power struggle in US percolates into geopolitics

There are many inconsistencies and contradictions in President Trump’s policymaking, but he may be making the last stand before the...

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As Trump reorders the world order

It has become clear over the first 18 months of the Trump presidency that what we are witnessing is nothing...

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May talks with people from the Belfast Youth Forum during her visit to the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland

May struggles against the tide

The Prime Minister is teetering on the wire with her White Paper, which has not satisfied either side of the...

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Humanitarian predators: What Joel Davis’ New York arrest tells us

Joel Davis was arrested in New York last week as he made plans to rape  children of a “father” trafficking...

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Brexit does not mean Brexit

Remainers loathe Trump for calling Brexit ‘a great thing’. Others disapprove of his reality show past, his hairstyle, his choosing...