The language of Brexit 'betrayal' is poisoning politics

The language of Brexit ‘betrayal’ is poisoning politics

This new polarisation necessitates an all-or-nothing stance not just on Brexit, but on politics altogether. When we join battle on those lines, we leave …
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The Week In Politics: Whistleblower Complaint Against Trump

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Mixing Politics and Piety, a Conservative Priest Seeks to Shape Poland’s Future

TORUN, Poland — From the martyrs of World War II to the heroes who led the fight against communis…
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Thornberry: Labour could back Tory Brexit deal – in exchange for referendum

Thornberry: Labour could back Tory Brexit deal – in exchange for referendum

“We have all these strong men in politics – whether it’s Brazil, or the Philippines, or Trump, or Putin. They’re all big men: it’s let’s look up to them, don’t …
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Life is much more than politics. That’s why I didn’t watch the debate.

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Trump blames whistleblower complaint on politics

BOSTON –  The New England Patriots have released wide receiver Antonio Brown, accord…
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One reason young people inspired a global anti-climate-change movement? They lost trust in …

One reason young people inspired a global anti-climate-change movement? They lost trust in …

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Week in Review: The endless attempt to escape David Cameron

He was everywhere. A week of David Cameron, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It was like Being John…
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Outgoing Daventry councillor urges young people to consider their involvement in politics

A departing Daventry District Councillor is urging young people to get involved in politics like he has, and said they should not be ‘intimidated’ by …
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OUT TODAY: POLITICO MAGAZINE, How to Fix American Politics

OUT TODAY: POLITICO MAGAZINE, How to Fix American Politics

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Race and politics in CanadaBlackface images threaten Justin Trudeau’s re-election

FOR THE most politically correct prime minister in Canada’s history, the embarrassment is acute. At the start of an election campaign, in which Justin …
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Week In Politics: Whistleblower Controversy, Iran

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Reasons we cannot agree on what's true

Reasons we cannot agree on what’s true

Back in the day, education in subjects like economics, politics and sociology were underpinned with a grounding in understanding ideology. Outside …
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Jim Daly’s surprise retirement from politics down to wanting to spend more time with his children

– with reporting from Daniel McConnell and Eoin English Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s re-election hopes …
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Downfall of Trudeau exposes the hypocrisy of woke politics

After years of carefully cultivating an image, it has emerged recently that the sun does not, in-fa…
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John McDonnell MP: It's time politics caught up with the reality of the climate emergency

John McDonnell MP: It’s time politics caught up with the reality of the climate emergency

Millions of people have been shut out of prosperity and power for too long. A Labour government wil…
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Jane Austen’s family in Ireland: how they shaped politics and society in the North

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Fine Gael’s Jim Daly will not contest next general election

Cork South West and Fine Gael TD Jim Daly has announced he will not contest the next general electi…
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Will Trudeau's 'blackface' photo end Canada's shame-based politics?

Will Trudeau’s ‘blackface’ photo end Canada’s shame-based politics?

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Jim Daly shocks FG as he quits politics to spend more time with family

Fine Gael minister Jim Daly is to retire from politics in a move that will cause major surprise wit…
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Politics, peace and peanut butter

For 38 years, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has joined first-year Emory students for the annua…
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Jeremy Corbyn's Incoherent Brexit Politics

Jeremy Corbyn’s Incoherent Brexit Politics

The Brexit Government Comes to Power at Last W ell, now it is official. Jeremy Corbyn, the leader o…
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How sex and politics put Palm Beach back in the spotlight

We live in a time of disruption but where others see difficulty, we see opportunity – not just to s…
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Judges urged to back MPs’ recall if they rule against prorogation

Parliament should be allowed to reassemble next week, the supreme court has been urged, as the legal battle over Boris Johnson’s five-week …
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Press opportunity: Johnson's most awkward moments with hecklers (so far)

Press opportunity: Johnson’s most awkward moments with hecklers (so far)

The Whipps Cross hospital incident is the latest in a series of awkward encounters for Boris Johnson as he tours the UK and Europe in anticipation of …
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The way social media is shaping our politics is truly terrifying

B renda from Bristol is probably in despair. Another election is on its way. And my colleague Laurence Dodds has led the way today with a exclusive story about how the social media data of British voters has been bought and sold online for political benefit. The campaign tool involved, he reports, has been used by Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, and the SNP, despite being “accused by Facebook of violating its users’ privacy”. It’s tempting to feel powerless, in the same way that we now feel powerless before cybercrime theft of personal and credit card data.  But the impact in both cases can be real and devastating. As I reported the other day, the recent theft of credit card details online has become… We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
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How Memes Were Weaponized For Trump-Era Politics

This is, in part, a reflection of Trump-era politics, according to a number of communications exper…
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Christian Conservative Politics Are Driving Liberals Out of the Pews

Christian Conservative Politics Are Driving Liberals Out of the Pews

But a recent swell of social science research suggests that even if politics wasn’t the sole culprit, it was an important contributor. “Politics can drive …
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What are the politics of climate change?

Environmental plans from the various presidential candidates are addressing the specific areas of t…
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Bill Bennett on NYT’s uncorroborated Kavanaugh allegation: ‘Dangerous time’ in American politics

Fox News contributor Bill Bennett said on Wednesday that it's “a dangerous time,&#x201D…
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