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Paul Mason

Never has this been more true than in today’s military: innovate or die

Today's militaries need a completely different skill set in order to secure a future

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Rishi Sunak’s career in exploitative finance makes him unfit to be prime minister

Rishi Sunak's role as master of PR and the art of being super-rich makes him poorly suited for public life

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Can Starmer calm the markets enough to fulfil Labour’s plan?

The Labour leader needs to work out what his offer to business is

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Three prime ministers have failed to make Brexit work. Why keep trying?

Only the reversal of Brexit can start to fix the state three prime ministers have left the country in

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Musk, Cummings, Trump: Three stooges for Putin’s aggression

Elon Musk’s 'peace plan poll' would trample Ukraine’s right to defend its own people from Vladimir Putin’s onslaught

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In the fight for Ukraine, the West has a powerful weapon: time

Putin's aggression is not just aimed at Ukrainians, it's aimed at the West too. But, time is on our side

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Is Vladimir Putin bluffing?

We need to tell Putin that if he uses nukes, the West will destroy Russia's military in Ukraine

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The lesson we must learn from the far right’s success in Sweden

The only way to defeat them is for the left to link arms with the centre

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Let’s rebuild our relationship with the royals to create a fairer Britain

It’s time to formalise Britain’s “monarchic republic”

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Labour is close to a 20-point lead. Will it be enough?

Keir Starmer's performance during this coming winter of discontent will decide whether he becomes prime minister in the future

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A new prime minister should woo the EU, stop defence cuts and set Assange free

Liz Truss at least has the chance to show our allies and enemies that they can expect seriousness in security, defence and diplomacy. But don't hold you breath

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In an energy crisis, why does Truss want to turn off the sun?

Sadly, Truss's delusional attitude means the Tory government is likely to stand in the way of the change needed to make renewables work

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That burning smell is the deadly cost of cutting the ‘green crap’

The Tories are obsessed with reneging the carbon target and fracking their way to oblivion. It's a mystery to experts

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My 6-point plan to avert catastrophe

Unfortunately, it's unlikely that Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will heed it

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A new age of protest is coming

The summer of discontent is likely to be long and hot. Soon, a new generation of politicians will learn there are more serious problems than a pay claim by the railway unions

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We are letting Putin get away with torture.. and we’ll be next to suffer

The torture and destruction of Ukraine is just a practice run for the same routine to be used against Europe

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Preventing war means more tax, not less

To prevent all-out war in Europe we have to be prepared to spend money on defence. Even if this means higher taxes and higher borrowing

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The ultra right are turning our world into the last days of Cabaret

We are living in a world where we expect the worst and prepare to resist

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Only a progressive alliance can rid us of these morally bankrupt liars

A progressive alliance that decides to win together rather than being destroyed separately could, finally, evict Boris Johnson from Downing Street

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Where’s the vision, Keir?

Starmer’s Labour is walking around with blurred vision. The party is in desperate need of a mission statement

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Fixing the sickness in our economy starts with backing these strikes

The strikes are the only way to redress the fundamental sickness facing the economy. It’s essential to get behind them

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The evidence could not be clearer: Brexit has downgraded Britain

Thanks to Brexit, sterling is becoming a risky bet for some investors

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The state needs to take charge of the climate catastrophe we’re facing

Instead, the conservative government’s panicked U-turn on the windfall tax does the opposite

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Working out the impact of a world without work

If we harness the productive power of new technology and increase people’s skills across the board our relationship with work could be very different

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The Great Replacement Theory is a crude, racist lie... and it’s winning

Its misguided logic underpins the ideas of far right movements. Now, it’s started to influence the fringes of conservativism as well

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The union will pay the price of Tory Britain’s failure to understand Ireland

If Sinn Fein can reach across the old divides, victory in a border poll could be within its grasp

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The armaments argument is a battle for the soul of Europe

Ukraine's fight is about more than international law and national self-determination, it's about what sort of world we want to live in

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Russia must be defeated so it can rebuild without Putin

The Russian people need a new national story of democracy - one which they write themselves

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Ukraine has smashed the global economy... and there’s no going back

This is not only another cold war, it's a profound fragmentation of the global economy with little chance of a return to normal

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P&O is Brexit in action - ripping up rights in a race to the bottom

This scandal could only happen in a country where unions are weak and the government is prepared to look the other way

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What divided Britain can learn from Ukraine’s positive patriotism

Ukrainians are telling a coherent story about who they want to be. Britain should pay attention

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The madman and the mercenaries: Why foreign troops fight for Putin

Putin is rallying both Russians and foreign auxiliaries to a cause under one message - might is right

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