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Politics
Independent
25/02/2021 10:46:19 PM
Councils to seize empty shops to put them into use under Labour plans
Why can’t former prime ministers stay out of the limelight?
Sturgeon denies politics behind censorship of Salmond submission
Protocol checks will be ‘overwhelmed’ when supermarket exemption ends
Cameron tells Johnson to be ‘muscular’ to build green recovery
Oxford team ‘assessing’ possibility of making vaccine tablets
Tory candidate for mayor accused of ‘degrading’ comments about women
Boris Johnson accused of misleading MPs over funding for North
No 10 says residents pushing for cladding help will ‘slow things down’
No plan for longer school day to make up lost time, says Williamson
Secondary schools given a week to return all pupils to classrooms
Alex Salmond inquiry member ‘heartily sick of the whole affair’
A-level and GCSE results brought forward amid appeal fears
Salmond vs Sturgeon: Your complete guide to the ‘whole sorry story’
Labour to oppose corporation tax hike in big political reversal
MP not allowed to speak while wearing sweater to Commons debate
Will the SNP’s civil war damage support for independence?
What are the four tests Boris Johnson is using to lift lockdown?
PM turns his back on calls for boycott of Chinese Olympics
Matt Hancock ‘takes down’ picture of pub linked to Covid contract
Vaccine passports could be banned in some circumstances, PM indicates
Stamp duty holiday ‘to be extended until June in Sunak budget’
LGBT+ representation in government stalling, says first openly gay MP
Inside Politics: Could Boris Johnson speed up his roadmap?
£700m for tutoring and summer schemes as pupils try to catch up
Lockdown exit: 10,000 sign petition to make 21 June a bank holiday
What is the row between Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon about?
Peers inflict third defeat on government over ‘genocide amendment’
Salmond will not appear at Holyrood committee – follow live
Would-be Liverpool mayor mulls legal action over exclusion by Labour
Salmond pulls out of appearance before Holyrood inquiry
Sturgeon breaks with England with return to Covid tiers in Scotland
Scottish parliament removes and redacts Alex Salmond evidence
Feud at top of Scottish politics mars independence push
Boris Johnson filmed telling lighting operator to ‘p*** off’ in 1992
Boris Johnson sets 21 June date for return to normal life for England
Boris Johnson suggests journalists are always ‘abusing’ others
Brexit deal won’t be approved until end of April after delay agreed
What time is Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement today?
Watch live as Sturgeon outlines roadmap out of Scotland lockdown
‘Professor lockdown’ increases pressure on ministers over roadmap
Holocaust survivors demand meeting with PM over ‘genocide amendment’
Labour criticises move to delay gender pay gap enforcement by 6 months
World’s poorest countries could be charged for UK’s ‘surplus’ vaccines
Boris Johnson’s union unit has ‘troubles’, admits Scottish Tory leader
Care home staff could require proof of vaccination, Hancock says
Inside Politics: PM’s roadmap too slow for Tory lockdown sceptics
Alex Salmond claims ‘malicious’ attempt to remove him from public life
Trudeau and his cabinet abstain from China genocide vote
What did Boris Johnson say in his lockdown speech today?
BBC Politics
25/02/2021 10:46:13 PM
Salmond saga 'a crisis of credibility' for Holyrood Opposition leaders question why the Crown Office asked for written evidence from Alex Salmond to be redacted.
The Salmond inquiry and the political stink at Holyrood
The impact of the SNP fallout is hard to predict
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The Salmond inquiry and the political stink at Holyrood
The impact of the SNP fallout is hard to predict
Scotland's Lord Advocate: Law officer with a dual role
The impact of the SNP fallout is hard to predict
MPs fail in bid to change fire safety payment rules Rebel Tories urged the government to ensure leaseholders are protected from extra costs.
Eat British fish campaign needed - Johnson The PM promises action to boost the industry - but Labour says his Brexit deal threatens jobs.
Covid adverts urge people to still stay at home It comes amid falling cases, the vaccine rollout and the launch of the roadmap out of lockdown.
UK Treasury to control Wales' 'levelling up' cash Ministers accused of "aggressively" undermining devolution over fund worth 800m to three nations.
Windrush generation offered £12m in compensation Priti Patel praises the progress, but admits there is "more work to do" to build bridges with the community.
The impact of the SNP fallout is hard to predict
MPs fail in bid to change fire safety payment rules Rebel Tories urged the government to ensure leaseholders are protected from extra costs.
Eat British fish campaign needed - Johnson The PM promises action to boost the industry - but Labour says his Brexit deal threatens jobs.
Covid adverts urge people to still stay at home
UK Treasury to control Wales' 'levelling up' cash
Windrush generation offered £12m in compensation
Johnson has LGBT 'blind spot', says Chris Smith 24
NI leaders at odds on Irish sea border meeting 3
PMQs: As it happened 14
Fly-tipping across England rose before Covid-19 10
Summer schools in England part of catch-up plan 8
Video 3 minutes 40 seconds'I was the first openly gay cabinet minister'
Video 51 secondsMP calls on PM for ‘differentiation’ of beer duties
Video 1 minute 26 secondsSNP: Covid 'exposes deep inequalities' in 'broken' UK
Video 1 minute 28 secondsStarmer: Three out of 10 are not self-isolating
Video 1 minute 25 secondsLib Dem leader wants UK to boycott China Olympics Features & Analysis
Why has Johnson opted for caution on Covid?
What is the Salmond and Sturgeon row all about?
Will there be 'vaccine passports' and will I need one?
Roadmap: Can we avoid an economic long Covid?
What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown? Latest Updates
What's the state of Scotland's Covid epidemic? By Christopher Sleight
Salmond saga 'a crisis of credibility' for Holyrood
Could Welsh school meals tackle climate change? By Steffan Messenger
Home-school kids 'failed' decade after scurvy death By India Pollock
Hope indoor care home visits could be allowed soon
NI leaders at odds on Irish sea border meeting By John Campbell
'Power grab' claims over regeneration fund
Protocol 'disadvantages guide dog owners' - DUP By Stephen Walker
UK Treasury to control Wales' 'levelling up' cash
'Challenge' for some families to afford face masks Video content
Eat British fish campaign needed - Johnson By Brian Wheeler
Labour MP presses for free school meal expansion
Covid: Pledge to vaccinate all adults by 31 July Video content
The impact of the SNP fallout is hard to predict
Covid adverts urge people to still stay at home
The Salmond inquiry and the political stink at Holyrood By Glenn Campbell
Welsh Tory MS faces court battle over £25,000 By Felicity Evans & David Deans
Pandemic eviction notice law to become permanent
Summer schools in England part of catch-up plan
How many people have been vaccinated in Wales?

Politics.co.uk
25/02/2021 10:46:05 PM
‘Get a grip on reckless supercar renters’
Covid and prisons: ‘A tragic lost opportunity’
Outcry over Scottish fish farm pollution
UK should ‘set example’ by helping Uighurs
Daily update – Starmer and Johnson clash in PMQs
The moment that made me quit Talk Radio
Rishi Sunak: The Covid chancellor
‘We need to fix social care’
‘Why are you out?’ – Disabled people and the pandemic
Breakaway Green Party group says ‘build HS2’
Week in Review: Ignore the noise
Can you name the last ten vice presidents of the US?
Paying for the pandemic: Corporation tax
‘One punch killed my dad’
‘Communities need to come together’ to tackle food poverty
HS2 to Toton ‘critical’ to East Midlands’ regeneration
‘Life will not return to normal after covid’
‘Government should look at ending lockdown early’
Week in Review: Ignore the noise
Lockdown scepticism shows the limits of post-truth politics  
Free speech proposals are 'Trojan Horse for authoritarianism'
Free speech proposals are ‘Trojan Horse for authoritarianism’
Universal credit cut ‘would hurt working families’
Update ‘analogue’ competition rules to boost competitiveness
‘Give the tourism and travel sector an exit strategy’
How racial hierarchies are determined by economics
The real lesson of the Article 16 row
Chartered Institute of Taxation comments on Tax Minister's Tax Day proposal
Labour shifts towards electoral reform support
Why our political system ‘incentivises incompetence’
Covid-hit elections: ‘an opportunity to resuscitate democracy’
Need-to-know: NHS white paper
Week in Review: Liberty in the age of borders
Can Labour take back the flag?
The Spectator
25/02/2021 10:46:20 PM
Biden’s vaccine drive is too slow
Are lie detector tests for terrorists really a good idea?
PMQs: Boris sidesteps Starmer’s bait
Unionists are preparing for the wrong fight
Can Boris Johnson help struggling students?
Biden’s vaccine drive is too slow
Are lie detector tests for terrorists really a good idea?
PMQs: Boris sidesteps Starmer’s bait
Unionists are preparing for the wrong fight
Face masks in schools: a note on the evidence
Why is Keir Starmer so bad at PMQs?
Is Black Lives Matter a voice for black Brits?
Biden’s vaccine drive is too slow
Are lie detector tests for terrorists really a good idea?
PMQs: Boris sidesteps Starmer’s bait
Unionists are preparing for the wrong fight
Can Boris Johnson help struggling students?
Biden’s vaccine drive is too slow
Are lie detector tests for terrorists really a good idea?
PMQs: Boris sidesteps Starmer’s bait
Unionists are preparing for the wrong fight
Face masks in schools: a note on the evidence
Biden’s vaccine drive is too slow
Are lie detector tests for terrorists really a good idea?
PMQs: Boris sidesteps Starmer’s bait
Unionists are preparing for the wrong fight
Can Boris Johnson help struggling students?
Biden’s vaccine drive is too slow
Are lie detector tests for terrorists really a good idea?
PMQs: Boris sidesteps Starmer’s bait
Unionists are preparing for the wrong fight
Face masks in schools: a note on the evidence
The SNP’s transphobia muddle
What ‘Britain’s wokest headteacher’ gets wrong
Watch: Boris on the problem with journalists
The case for immunity passports
What comes after furlough?
The SNP’s transphobia muddle
What ‘Britain’s wokest headteacher’ gets wrong
Watch: Boris on the problem with journalists
The case for immunity passports
What comes after furlough?
China vs America: the struggle for south-east Asia
What Britain could learn from New Zealand about home-schooling
How middle-class is your dad?
The decline of American journalism
China vs America: the struggle for south-east Asia
What Britain could learn from New Zealand about home-schooling
How middle-class is your dad?
The decline of American journalism
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New Statesman

25/02/2021 10:46:20 PM
Boris Johnson’s great gamble
The Alex Salmond affair has shown Scotland at its worst
Inside the internet’s social media graveyard
“He leads by fear and pressure”: former Amazon employees on the company's next CEO
Why it’s not too late for the UK to pursue a zero-Covid strategy
What the Texas storm reveals about climate politics in the US
The Texas catastrophe shows how capitalism is destroying the planet
Am I the only one scared of the return of fun?
The Slate Star Codex saga proves a new blasphemy code is emerging among liberals
Why the SNP’s opponents aren’t benefiting from the Salmond-Sturgeon feud
Why England’s inhumane sex ban must now end
The Alex Salmond affair has shown Scotland at its worst
The pandemic has revealed both the enduring wisdom and utopian delusions of Thomas Hobbes
Why it’s not too late for the UK to pursue a zero-Covid strategy
Is there any point hoping for a normal summer?
India: emerging from crisis
The Alex Salmond affair has shown Scotland at its worst
Why the SNP’s opponents aren’t benefiting from the Salmond-Sturgeon feud
Boris Johnson's biggest lockdown headache is behind him
Why sustainable finance is about more than the climate
Why the UK’s “Attlee moment” should include local government
How apprenticeships policy can boost opportunity
How the dream of the Arab Spring died
Boris Johnson’s great gamble
The lights that failed
Patricia Lockwood’s No One is Talking About This is the first great internet novel
The biggest critics of Boris Johnson's lockdown roadmap are on his own side
Voters across the world have rallied around their leaders – and Boris Johnson has benefited
Jess Phillips: “Keir Starmer has done a remarkable job”
Boris Johnson's biggest lockdown headache is behind him
Now Brexit is finally done, people will soon miss the benefits of EU membership
Why Keir Starmer faces a stark challenge to become prime minister
Pandemic winners and losers: how Big Tech's gains mask a struggling economy
“He leads by fear and pressure”: former Amazon employees on the company's next CEO
Brexit weighs heavy on London’s sustainable finance goals
Why businesses won't use “no jab, no job” policies
Why the EU's new tech legislation could become the most lobbied in history
What we lose when local news disappears
The United States vs Billie Holiday dramatises the racially motivated campaign waged against the singer
Is there any point hoping for a normal summer?
Why the zero-Covid cure could be worse than the disease
Why it’s not too late for the UK to pursue a zero-Covid strategy
Inside the internet’s social media graveyard
Does mass hysteria explain the “sonic attacks” on US diplomats in Cuba?
After U-turning in Australia, Facebook faces bigger battles elsewhere
How the dream of the Arab Spring died
What the Texas storm reveals about climate politics in the US
Thant Myint-U: Myanmar's protests show "widespread hatred of past military rule”
French presidential election: can anyone defeat Emmanuel Macron?
How a farmers’ protest in India evolved into a mass movement that refuses to fade
US storms offer a warning to ill-prepared governments
From the NS archive: Intellectuals in exile
From the NS archive: Here's mud on your mink
No love for Thatcher
How the economic policies of a corrupt elite caused the Arab Spring
Letters from two islands