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Marie Le Conte

What the hell just happened in Parliament?

Procedural manoeuvres, bellowing and walk-outs – there’s a good reason for it all

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Let kids keep their phones

Banning phones for under-16s would make them more anxious, not less

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The trouble with Kemi Badenoch

New by-election defeats have put Sunak under pressure. But the flaws of his likely successor suggest she would be another disaster for the Tories

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The Home Office’s plan to pay influencers to deter migrants is both absurd and malevolent

The policy reads like ridiculous, clunky satire

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Order cancelled: Delivery drivers strike a blow on Valentine’s Day

The people who carry things to your door are going on strike. Good for them

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The French solution to the British pub

Post-work drinks in Britain must be tackled the Mediterranean way

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Liz Truss and the PopCon attention seekers

All they really want is to be on telly...

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MPs and the threat of violence

Too many politicians in Westminster live in fear of their lives

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The return of the French farmers

The guardians of the French countryside are posing a headache for the very new, very young PM

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Is feminism in retreat?

Worrying trends across Europe and the world suggest that women’s rights are under threat

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13 years of Tory rule has left Britain blue

Keir Starmer will have to focus on Britons’ quality of life if he wants the country to start healing

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A change in government could see the return of political satire

Bringing an end to the Tories' real-life psychodrama could finally give satirists something to work with

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Not even the Telegraph can save the Tories from themselves

The government’s time is running out

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Gabriel Attal, France’s very new PM

Has Macron just chosen his successor?

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Nantes, the city of ‘I don’t see why not’

The latest eccentricity in the city on the Loire is the perfect illustration of its unofficial motto

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Whatever happened to the internet?

I’m sure it used to be around here somewhere…

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Keir Starmer’s hidden promise

It was there, buried in his New Year’s speech – almost everybody missed it

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Is this the year everything changes?

It’s time for British politics to leave its Groundhog Day nightmare

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A traditional Yuletide kebab

I’m happy to come from a family where all we need to have a great time is some grilled meat, a few cans of cheap beer and each other’s company

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Why has Rishi Sunak got it in for me?

We only met once and since then he’s been trying to ruin my life. Sort of

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Welcome to the end of the Internet

Taylor Swift’s crowning as TIME’s Person of the Year is a prime example that our culture must appeal to the lowest common denominator

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Why the Rwanda plan reminds me of my Communist youth

Their absurd arguments are cover for their own impending irrelevance

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Elon Musk scrambled X - and politics

The social media site is a mess. The Mayor of Paris has just left it, and as more high profile individuals leave, it will fade into irrelevance

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Pulling up the immigration ladder

Immigrants are entrepreneurial and hard working – why shut them out?

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Rishi Sunak, the prickly PM

Tetchy, thin-skinned, used to getting your own way? Then politics isn’t for you, Mr Sunak

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What do the French make of Napoleon?

Ridley Scott’s epic didn’t exactly win over viewers in France

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Covid and the fear of freedom

When lockdown ended, I was ecstatic. But other people had a very different reaction

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London deserves better than Greg Hands as its minister

The capital’s representatives in government have been too male, too pale and too stale

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The return of a familiar character

David Cameron is back, and that’s not a good sign for the Tories

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You need to watch the Covid Inquiry. Oh yes you do

We’ve been pretending for too long that nothing happened. But it did. And we need to talk about it

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The French language is not set in amber

The opening of the International French Language Centre embraces the evolution of the language in a globalised world

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A society that doesn’t value parenthood

Life for most people under 40 has been made needlessly complicated by this government. Making parenthood unaffordable is just one example

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