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James Ball

George Galloway is back... but not for long

His return to Westminster is unwelcome - but the voters of Rochdale will soon see through him

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The Hunter Biden witch hunt

The US media seemingly cannot resist even the most obvious of bait when it is delivered by the Republicans

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Shrinkflation is pure political cynicism

Politicians love jumping on niche ideas that make them look in tune with the real world. Don’t fall for it

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The Tories are sleepwalking towards oblivion

No one in Westminster dares to say it – but the Tories are heading for an extinction-level event

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Carlson/Putin: an interview with a jilted man

Dictators are boring, as the US journalist Tucker Carlson belatedly discovered when he met Vladimir Putin

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Labour’s creaking machine

The mishandling of antisemitism allegations is the second gaffe by Starmer’s operation in as many weeks. Is his media team up to the job?

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Labour’s green climbdown shows Starmer must stop letting the Tories dictate his strategy

This episode bodes ill for the party in an election campaign - and in government if they win

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Rooting for the anti-hero: Taylor Swift for president?

Spurred on by fear of her endorsing Biden, the US right is turning on the singer and her gridiron star boyfriend. Bad move

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The Popular Conservatives – neither popular nor conservative

A very strange group of people gathered together in London today to promote a political agenda that nobody wants

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Labour’s green energy climbdown raises questions about Starmer

There is still a feeling that we don’t know who he really is

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The antisocial Tories’ epic video fail

A misfiring ‘personalised’ video by Rishi Sunak proves that politicians are getting online comms badly wrong

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For Fox sake

Right wing controversialist Laurence Fox doesn’t seem to understand why he lost his libel trial. Here’s a little explainer

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The dark side of the metaverse

UK police are investigating the first sexual assault in a virtual reality world. Does the future look like this?

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Our broken benefits system leaves 28% of children in poverty. But who’s going to fix it?

The Tories treat being poor as a fact of life for many. Labour can’t do the same

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This is how the internet ends

Low-quality AIs are already serving up fake information to searchers. If this grey goo multiplies, we’re in trouble

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Trump will be the Republican nominee. But could he spring one more huge surprise?

Bringing RFK Jr on board could swing the White House race against Biden

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Destroy the Tory party – who cares? Certainly not Sunak

If he gets his own way, the PM will cling on until the very end

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Oil and gas will soon be things of the past. No wonder Sunak is drawn to them

The prime minister’s legacy looks even worse with his illogical energy policy

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Another Labour own goal from dozy Harry Cole

The Sun political editor’s latest swipe at Starmer isn't just pathetic - it’s against his own paper’s beliefs

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Labour must keep it green

Watering down the flagship pledge to spend £28bn on net-zero jobs would be a humiliating disaster

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Reform UK’s biggest danger is that it will make the Tories even worse

Richard Tice’s vow to stand in every seat could just be a negotiating tactic

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A matter of dishonour: Liz Truss’s lettuce list

Truss being allowed an honours list was a joke. But handing peerages to Tory donors is no laughing matter

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Can we trust Sunak’s promise to hold an election in 2024?

Sunak ‘guaranteed’ the next general election would take place next year but it would be a brave man who would bet the farm on a promise made by the PM

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2023: The year inaction man Sunak did nothing good

A failed prime minister is blocking progress as the country crumbles around him

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Donald Tusk is playing Poland’s populists at their own game

But is the new prime minister brave or foolish - or both?

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A US-UK trade deal was always doomed from the off

Animal welfare, Ireland and the US car industry meant the Brexiteers' Stateside ambitions were destined to be thwarted

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Now make things clear, Keir

A general election could be just weeks away. But Labour is yet to have crucial meetings about its agenda in power

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Rishi Sunak’s viciously cruel Rwanda bill is still doomed

The prime minister’s “win” has set him up for weeks of losing

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Boris Johnson, a sorry excuse for a man

Some Tory MPs still dream of Boris Johnson returning as PM. After his Covid inquiry appearance, are they mad?

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How shifty Sunak was caught out over Eat Out To Help Out

The PM’s Covid inquiry testimony foundered on his basic inability to do politics well

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Boris Johnson’s failure to grasp basic maths cost hundreds - maybe thousands - of lives

People paid a big price for the ex-PM’s perennial ignorance, while he gets off scot-free

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The confident nonsense of Boris Johnson

The former PM produced nothing but blather at the Covid inquiry

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