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The left-wing party's embrace of austerity created the conditions for a parasitic and cruel oligarchy to return.
Hong Kong’s police are frequently depicted as enemies of the people – so why is the force seen as a desirable career path?
Plus, Tory candidates declare Irish backstop dead, Khan rejects the Tulip tower and Italian police seize far-right weapons stash.
Environment minister François de Rugy's lavish taxpayer-funded lifestyle exemplifies the gap between the elite and the French people.
Steve Bannon’s far-right media outlet has lost 75 per cent of its audience since Trump took office and 90 per cent of its advertisers.
Plus, sick pay may be extended to part-time workers and journalist threatened by Boris Johnson demands apology.
Epstein, whom Acosta gave what critics called a “sweetheart” plea deal in 2008, was arrested in New York on Monday.
A title renowned for fashion tips is nurturing a new generation of young left-wing activists.
We must pay attention to the intersection between sports and politics, especially in women’s football.
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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.
Srebrenica, like the Holocaust, did not begin at the point of violence, but in the preceding decade where political leaderships and the media fanned the flames of populism.
Plus, Johnson accused of throwing ambassador “under the bus”, the US probes France over tax and England prepare for another semi-final.