IN A HIGHLY contentious move, the Speaker of the House of Commons has voiced his opposition to President Trump addressing…
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Ciarán Morrissey visits the Liberal Democrat conference, finding a more lacklustre affair than the last despite some interesting votes, and a party that seems to have accepted the reality of the 2015 defeat
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Luke Rix-Standing believes that Donald Trump helps the Democrats so much he might as well be doing it deliberately
Julia Guy challenges the efficacy of the new governmental language scheme, arguing it to be evidence of a binary mindset that sees only good or bad citizens
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Dan Hodges (Daily Telegraph) and Stephen Bush (New Statesman), two of the best political journalists of the day, talked to the York Union about the future of the Conservative Party. Does it face choppy waters, or can it rest on its laurels now that the election is done?