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The cultural bond between India and the UK is unravelling, thanks to harsher visa rules and Brexit. We look to British Asians to find out more.
This week in politics, from Farage in New York to the new nationalism sweeping the West – and the problem of defining Trump.
Its 1.7 billion users were treated to articles about how the Pope backs Trump and Clinton is dying. It's time to accept Facebook is a force in politics.
The Silicon Valley billionaire who brought down Gawker is an influential Donald Trump backer.
Out in the Rust Belt, I didn't know the people I was meeting would shortly hand Trump the presidency. Britain has a lot to learn from the fact they did.
Not just legislation, but hyper-nationalist patriots are an increasing threat to free speech.
In a conversation with Fox News, the now-President Elect said the US "should not be knocking" Russia.
The US election was a contest between obvious vulgarity and devious vulgarity.
Twitter users are predicting the first hissy fit the President-Elect will throw when he takes office.
After jokingly predicting a Trump presidency in a previous episode, the shows creators responded to the billionaire's shock victory.
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