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Latin Americans have been ignored by politicians, the media and the national census. A new British-born generation is trying to change that.
Gardner talks Boris Johnson, the EU’s new leadership, and his successor, Gordon Sondland, who is a key player in the impeachment investigation against Trump.
The US president has lurched from describing the health service as a “great system” to one that is “broke and not working”.
Sondland, a key figure in the Ukraine scandal, confirmed that both a White House meeting and military aid were explicitly used as leverage.
Trump is right to be rattled – the first day of public impeachment hearings into the Ukraine scandal very much didn’t go his way.
Changing the primary system will be difficult. But the parties should try it.
Dispensing with smoke-filled rooms and party bosses in favour of open primaries certainly sounds more democratic. But, both in the US and other democracies, there are unintended consequences.
What happened to her shows how female sexuality is so often weaponised against women.
The Facebook founder has been on a “transparency tour” to try to shore up his company’s image – but leaked boardroom comments reveal that in private he sees Warren as an “existential threat.”
The leader of Isis is dead. But Trump is clearly fishing for the kind of political boost received by Obama following bin Laden’s death, and he is unlikely to get it.
US politicians spend more time on the campaign trail than in any comparable nation, and open primaries are a big reason why. But it hasn’t always been like this.