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Grenfell Tower: Unanswered questions

The fire that engulfed Grenfell tower on the 14th of June broke the heart of the nation, with media outlets expressing sympathy and outrage...

A trip to Seoul: some thoughts on the presidential impeachment and...

Despite being in nearby Hong Kong, I wasn’t aware of much conversation about the Korean impeachment. I would have thought that with the tense...

The Brexit Election

Theresa May has a comical aversion to giving a straight answer. For a long time, her only public pronouncements on Brexit were slogans: ‘Brexit...

James Comey’s testimony: enough to bring down Trump?

Donald Trump’s presidency has been less than stable thus far, and that is, perhaps, an understatement. Trump and his team have been plagued by...

General Election roundup: Conservative disaster and deals with the DUP

In an extraordinary blow to the Conservatives, the election has ended in a hung parliament. Despite burgeoning pre-election confidence and a staggering 17-point lead...

Accelerationism or Nostalgia? Why there is no alternative in this election

Following the financial crash of 2008, when confidence in the free market’s ability to protect the welfare of citizens fell apart, sci-fi utopian dreams...

Seats to Watch

May’s marching on Tory triumph. But where’s she going?

Listen. The sound of the Tory yomp to triumph on June 8 is deafening. Labour’s sporadic venture over the top, and Mr Farron’s plucky...

Iran’s Presidential Elections – a key moment in the country’s post-revolutionary...

On the 19th of May, Iranians will have the chance to vote for their country’s most senior elected politician in the 12th Presidential Elections...

Who should I vote for? : A summary of the main...

Still pondering who to vote for or need a handle on the main political parties' key policies? Take a look at our comprehensive manifestos...

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