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January 29th, 2020
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Trump rinses the Democrats again
The President is too smart to patronise his supporters — he talks to them about the little things that matter.
Justin Webb: Unherd.
The Center Blows Itself Up: Care and Spite in the ‘Brexit Election’
Politics, in wealthy countries, is increasingly becoming a war between the generations.
David Graeber: NY Books.
Farmer admits cruelty after lamb's eyes pecked out
A farmer has admitted to causing unnecessary suffering to a lamb which had its eyes pecked out by birds after becoming stuck in a fence.
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UK Politics ... for anoraks!
What having a heart attack taught me about Brexit
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Don’t count on Sturgeon changing course
Kenny Farquharson -
Britain’s long goodbye will leave an unfillable hole in the EU project
Philip Johnston -
Rail travellers deserve better than a half-hearted attempt to reverse the Beeching cuts
Simon Calder -
The problem with the big ‘cost of Brexit’ numbers
Julian Jessop -
SEND funding is trapped in a vicious downward spiral, we need a national strategy
Munira Wilson -
HS2 and Huawei are vital to keep pace with future
David Willetts -
Our endangered climate has a new foe: target culture
George Monbiot -
Auld acquaintances forgotten? UK Labour’s struggles with Scottish democracy
Ewan Gibbs -
Sorry, Remainers, but you made us fight for Brexit – we deserve a party
Allison Pearson -
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