In England, the Tories have monopolised support on the Right, while the Left vote is split between Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Greens.
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The Nationalists themselves are doing everything they can to minimise their central policy. All the materials for denying their mandate are there.
Faced with the challenge of China’s rise, India is seeking deeper relationships with like-minded democracies.
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The Government should instead look into reviewing the Equality Act, which makes these institutions subject to its harassment provision.
I’ll get back to work the moment the election result is announced.
The U.K. birth rate has fallen back to near record lows – so perhaps some of the same debates will come here as we try to cope with our ageing society.
If anything is ‘dunked in 1950s sexism’, in Zac Goldsmith’s memorable tweet, it is the outdated concept of the First Lord of the Treasury’s plus-one.
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A united front against the sea border might be their best chance – regardless of the headaches it causes in Dublin, Brussels, or London.
This disaster points Indians to the danger of government by emergency men, not emergency measures.
The trouble is that lifting restrictions is an altogether tougher proposition than not imposing them in the first place.
The biggest surprise of the philosopher’s long-awaited Journal of Controversial ideas is what it claims to be controversial.
It’s already about more than narrow questions of governance – and should expand to cover the role clubs play in local communities.