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Controversial abortion laws threaten to bring a woman’s right to choose back before America’s highest court. And with its liberal justices outnumbered, this could be just the beginning.
The latest in a never-ending series.
Labour hope that they can repeat their campaign success. Can they?
The purpose of the backstop is to uphold the Good Friday Agreement's mandated purposes: it is not anti-democratic.
Can Matteo Salvini’s march to power be thwarted?
On the party’s urgent fight for its traditional heartlands in an era of evaporating loyalties.
Never before has Britain had so many qualified graduates. And never before have their qualifications amounted to so little. Each year, we are producing waves of sub-prime students – who are almost all being highly rated.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
A price collapse could threaten one of Britain’s oldest industries.
Eleven years on from the crisis of 2008, we are entering a co-ordinated global slowdow, and policymakers must not be complacent.