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The U.S. Presidential Race Deserves Our Attention

As the first round of the Republican Primary debates sweeps across the American television networks, the beacons are lit, the pens sharpened, and the political satirists emerge from their mid-term hibernation. The 2016 US Presidential Election campaigns have begun in earnest, and the response in Britain has been an enthusiastic, forthright ‘who cares?’. However, we […]

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Corbyn’s Victory Must Be Met With Caution

Jeremy Corbyn’s rise into the forefront of the British political discourse can only described as meteoric, and like all such unexpected surges, both his supporters and detractors have adopted some extreme positions. To his opponents, Jeremy Corbyn is the Iain Duncan Smith of modern Labour, a 80s throwback rushed into power by interlopers or even […]