On both sides of the Atlantic, democracy is threatened by a post-truth world.
For most voters, the economy trumps migration as the defining issue.
The truth of Cameron’s Conservatism is a distrust of local democracy, a disdain for frontline public sector workers and a preference for centralised power with Whitehall puppeteers.
US intelligence estimates indicate the number of IS fighters in Libya has probably doubled to between 4,000 and 6,000 in the last 12-18 months.
We have witnessed staggering progress over the past 15 years, with deaths reduced by more than 60 per cent saving 6.2 million lives.
It's the Trumpisation of politics, where prejudice is patriotism and knowledge is dangerous.
It is only fair that if one asks the government to do more, we should acknowledge when it does so.
The US president demolished the Leave campaign's economic boasts as he warned the UK would go to "the back of the queue" for trade deals.
Climate change is an existential threat, warns Baroness Scotland.
If the referendum looks like a foregone conclusion for Remain, it boosts the chances of a British exit.
If Middle England exists, then the town of William Shakespeare has a good claim to represent it.
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