Anoosh Chakelian is senior writer at the New Statesman.
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“Political tourist” Paul Nuttall of Ukip is taking on an uninspiring Labour campaign (with a Remainer candidate) in an area where 69 per cent voted Leave.
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The Prime Minister took Labour by surprise with her announcement that there will be a white paper of the government’s objectives for EU withdrawal.
The journalist moved into a house of meth addicts to investigate the drug. Within a month, he was using, too.
The news site released documents containing unverified claims about the President-Elect’s behaviour in Russia.
The “anti-political correctness” Conservative MP loathed by women’s campaigners says he isn’t a men’s rights activist.
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