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As President, Barack Obama has ushered in a new era of American liberalism.
The government may be good at delivering speeches, but they just don't deliver for working people.
Europe's leaders must ensure that the mistake of abandoning Eastern Europe, which led to catastrophe in the 1930s, is not repeated.
Bevan frequently attacked the Conservative-dominated “National Government” of the 1930s on its record on poverty, and in particular, its so-called “Means Test".
Communities need more power over their own services and councils need more control over local economies.
The Democrats will likely retain the White House, but taking over Congress is a taller order.
The longterm trends make this seat a tricky contest for the party, but it is a narrow favourite in June.
The chasm between Iraq and Kurdistan is widening but they must co-operate to expel Daesh from Mosul and work out how they coexist. The days of foreign powers insisting they stay as one country are fading.
Londoners are more likely than the national average to be mentally ill, sleeping rough, out of work, living in poverty despite being in work, living in poor housing or facing lower life expectancy.
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