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Independent
18/05/2024 11:28:24 PM
Croatia gets new government with a far-right party included ahead of European parliamentary vote
Hunt launches Tory fightback over Labour’s ‘fake news, lie’
What can be done to address the funding crisis facing universities?
Vaccines minister talks of ‘overwhelming’ death threats
UK politics live: Hunt attacks Starmer for ‘fake news’
Voters back higher taxes on rich to pay for NHS, poll suggests
Plaid Cymru ends Senedd cooperation deal with Welsh Labour
Sadiq Khan urges Labour to call out Donald Trump on sexism and racism
Member of Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet ‘misspoke’ on key green policy
Theresa May jokes about Liz Truss and holding hands with Donald Trump
Watch: Hunt promises tax cuts if Tories win general election
Rishi Sunak’s threat of nuclear war failed to move voters
British decline linked to Brexit, weak leadership and poor finances
Keir Starmer dons his election boots to tramp all over Tory territory
What does Russia and China’s anti-US alliance mean in practice?
Sunak defends sex education plans compared to Thatcher’s Section 28
Watch: Partygate investigator Sue Gray gives evidence at Covid inquiry
British decline linked to Brexit, weak leadership and poor finances
UK politics live: Hunt attacks Starmer for ‘fake news’ as he hints at more tax cuts
Trump in Florida for son’s graduation after Michael Cohen grilled at trial: Live
Watch: Keir Starmer outlines pledges in pre-election pitch to voters
Cameron’s Bullingdon Club pal endorses Sir Keir Starmer’s Labour
Mortgage repossession claims hit five year high
Gordon Brown warns African nations paying more on debt than healthcare
Starmer’s presidential Downing Street pitch as Labour’s heir to Blair
What is the government going to do about child poverty?
Pollsters warn Sunak: Stoking culture wars can’t save Tories
What sex education do children currently receive at primary school?
Is it as easy to get a job as Jeremy Hunt claims? Here are the numbers
Backlash over Sunak’s ‘irresponsible’ children’s sex education plan
Gordon Brown piles pressure on Starmer over two-child benefit cap
Watch: Sunak grilled at PMQs as sex education to be axed for under 9s
Hunt insists there is ‘ample opportunity’ for unemployed to find jobs
From inflation to migration, has Rishi Sunak met his five pledges?
A Dutch anti-Islam party is on the verge of forming the EU's latest hard-right government
Brexit blamed as court ruling leaves UK immigration policy in chaos
Esther McVey announces civil service rainbow lanyard ban
Can Labour’s new deal for workers satisfy the unions and business?
Unions and Starmer reach agreement on workers’ rights
Children ‘blackmailed into stripping for strangers’ on daily basis, says MP
Tory row over vote to bar MPs arrested for sex offences
Chinese ambassador summoned after three charged with spying
China poses ‘genuine and increasing’ cyber risk to UK, GCHQ chief warns
Government to announce £40m package for brain tumour research
Labour-commissioned report calls for caps on rent hikes
Rishi Sunak pushes the nuclear general election button
Call for inquiry into minister for alleged breach of ministerial code
Tory plan to axe diversity jobs in the Civil Service condemned
What’s behind Esther McVey’s attack on civil service lanyards?
British prime minister warns of 'axis of authoritarian states' in pre-election speech
BBC Politics
16/05/2024 11:28:20 PM
Sunak challenged over release of dangerous criminals The prime minister insists no-one deemed a threat to public safety is eligible for early release.
Court cases delayed after pressure on prison places Attribution
Death by dangerous cycling set to become offence Attribution
Ex-minister denies concealing Elphicke lobbying Attribution
Plan to ban sex education for children under nine in England Attribution
Election poll tracker: How do the parties compare? Attribution
As it happened: Sunak and Starmer clash on prisons at PMQs Attribution
Hard to justify hereditary peers, says Labour Attribution
Watch: How ‘crumbling’ Parliament affects MPs' mental health. Video, 00:02:46Watch: How ‘crumbling’ Parliament affects MPs' mental health Attribution
Starmer to Sunak: Do early releases make country safe? Video, 00:01:14Starmer to Sunak: Do early releases make country safe? Attribution
SNP calls for apology over Sunak linking Scots to Russia. Video, 00:02:25SNP calls for apology over Sunak linking Scots to Russia Attribution
Leaders clash on UK defence spending levels. Video, 00:01:51Leaders clash on UK defence spending levels Attribution
Watch: Labour puts country first, party second - Starmer. Video, 00:00:52Watch: Labour puts country first, party second - Starmer Attribution
The inside story of Tory MP's defection to Labour Attribution
When is the next general election? Attribution
23:45 15 MayJibes at other ministers among DUP WhatsApps, published at 23:45 15 MayJibes at other ministers among DUP WhatsApps Attribution
17:01 15 MayPlan to ban sex education for children under nine, published at 17:01 15 MayPlan to ban sex education for children under nine Attribution
16:58 15 MayEx-minister denies concealing Elphicke lobbying, published at 16:58 15 MayEx-minister denies concealing Elphicke lobbying Attribution
16:15 15 MaySunak challenged over release of dangerous criminals, published at 16:15 15 MaySunak challenged over release of dangerous criminals Attribution
13:42 15 MayLeaders clash on UK defence spending levels. Video, 00:01:51, published at 13:42 15 MayLeaders clash on UK defence spending levels Attribution
12:38 15 MayStarmer to Sunak: Do early releases make country safe? Video, 00:01:14, published at 12:38 15 MayStarmer to Sunak: Do early releases make country safe? Attribution
12:37 15 MaySNP calls for apology over Sunak linking Scots to Russia. Video, 00:02:25, published at 12:37 15 MaySNP calls for apology over Sunak linking Scots to Russia Attribution
11:12 15 MayHard to justify hereditary peers, says Labour, published at 11:12 15 MayHard to justify hereditary peers, says Labour Attribution
09:49 15 MayElection poll tracker: How do the parties compare?, published at 09:49 15 MayElection poll tracker: How do the parties compare? Attribution

Politics.co.uk
12/05/2024 04:43:47 PM
Wall Street Is Sending a Bullish Signal for S&P 500 Earnings
Fast Casual Dining Hurt by Consumer Struggles
Cooling Core Inflation Will Offer Minimal Relief to the Fed
ExclusiveApple Nears Deal With OpenAI to Put ChatGPT on iPhoneThe two sides have been finalizing terms for a pact to use ChatGPT features in Apple’s iOS 18, the next iPhone operating system.
Apple Says No Major App Developers Accept New Outside Payments
Apple Scores Win in Labor Case Involving Fired Retail Staff
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Anglo Investors Tell Company to Move Faster to Survive BHP BidThe 107-year-old miner may unveil a turnaround plan as soon as the coming week.
South African Unions Urge Anglo Holders to Reject BHP Bid
Botswana Vows to Protect Interests in Potential BHP-Anglo Deal
What Is ESG Investing and Why Is It Under Fire?
Tariffs and Timidity Are Driving US Carmakers into a DitchBy David Fickling, Columnist
Microsoft’s Hedge Against OpenAI Makes Perfect SenseBy Parmy Olson, Columnist
Tory Party Defectors Flee a Clearly Sinking ShipBy Martin Ivens, Columnist
How Singapore Became Asia’s Wealthiest Nation.Bloomberg Originals examines the challenges facing the new prime minister to keep Singapore on top.
The Spectator
18/05/2024 11:28:25 PM
The troubling reaction to the shooting of Robert Fico
Why is it so hard to be a Christian in public life?
Why are so many young people ‘asexual’?
No tips please, we’re British
The recklessness of George Mallory
Why does the National Trust hate itself so much?
France is spiralling out of control
Tony Blair paper warns against net zero dogma
The truth about the ‘ban’ on sex education
Scottish Greens expel members who believe in ‘biological sex’
Of course it isn’t racist to tell a Japanese colleague you like sushi
May mocks her successors’ books
Sunak: I will stay in parliament even if we lose
Russia and China have never been equal partners
Independence shouldn’t mean end of Union, claims SNP backbencher
The criminal justice system is on the brink of collapse
The concerning sickness of NHS staff
France is spiralling out of control
Why is it so hard to be a Christian in public life?
Scottish Greens expel members who believe in ‘biological sex’
The Church of England’s volunteering crisis
Trump vs Biden could be the worst presidential debate in history
Why is it so hard to be a Christian in public life?
Why are so many young people ‘asexual’?
Will Labour fall into the migration trap?
Is pro-golf eating itself? 
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Ahmad Massoud: ‘I’m 100% sure I can topple the Taliban’
The power of restorative justice
Gangs of Tehran: how Iran takes out its enemies abroad
Meet the man who says improvisation is the key to Mozart
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New Statesman

18/05/2024 11:28:25 PM
America’s dime-store Nietzscheans
What the unmasking of an anonymous publisher and Twitter personality reveals about the far right in the US.
Are girls “growing up too fast” online?
The curse of climate brain
Net zero needs a new politics
The EU’s fear-based foreign policy
Keir Starmer’s real mission: to overhaul how government works
The thinking behind Keir Starmer’s pledges
Do Tory defections to Labour herald a realignment?
Alice Munro was the writer’s writer
In defence of the King Charles portrait
The battle for the worst job in America
The Great Stink: Britain’s pollution crisis
How privatisation and the pursuit of profit lead to the devastation of England’s waterways. By Will Dunn
Mehdi Hasan: “We don’t value Palestinian life”
How hormones rule our lives
Joe Biden is deluded on Rafah
How apartheid shaped classical music
A whirlwind tour of Washington with David Lammy
Going head-to-head with Lisa Nandy over Gaza
Will Keir Starmer’s agreement with the unions last?
Labour is sticking by the New Deal for Working People for one big reason.
What Keir Starmer can learn from John Smith
Higher economic growth is good news for Labour
What Kate Forbes’ return means for the SNP
Will Robert Jenrick’s Tory leadership pitch work?
How Labour should handle the rise of the Greens
Will a Labour government face a mayors’ revolt?
Order is breaking down as the great powers take sides in multiple wars.
Spain’s toxic politics
Columbia’s campus uprising
Reality is chipping away at Putinism
“Russia cannot afford to lose, so we need a kind of a victory”: Sergey Karaganov on what Putin wants
War and the West Bank
Iran’s new doctrine has changed everything
“Do I regret doing it? Absolutely not” – an interview with Dr Hilary Cass
Defeat and defection: Tories are down bad
What do we really know about ‘Starmerism’?
Election Special:”by and large, the country has moved against the government”
The rise of playlist politics
The biggest threat to freedom in the West is liberalism itself
The rise of WhatsApp government
How hormones rule our lives
From sex to eating, birth to body temperature, our physical selves do what our chemical masters tell us. By Pippa Bailey
In defence of the King Charles portrait
A bloody American ancestry
Alice Munro was the writer’s writer
The birth of the Blue Rider group
Olivia Rodrigo’s guts-spilling, rabble-rousing tour
Revisiting Richard and Linda Thompson’s folk-rock masterpiece
Revealed: the Tory peer linked to £3.8bn in government contracts
The truth about Sleepy Joe
The QE theory of everything
Labour may never embrace tax rises
Abolishing National Insurance is a great idea
Mr Tinker vs the taxman
New oil and gas is compatible with net zero
Michael Mann: “Defeatism is as much of a threat as climate denial”
The AstraZeneca vaccine saved millions of lives – it should not be demonised
The battle to save net zero is being played out in the courts
Retrofit revolution: how do we decarbonise the UK’s homes?
The Conservatives have created a mental health crisis
The Great Stink: Britain’s pollution crisis
Gaza and the new digital divide
Roy Jenkins’ unfinished revolution
How hormones rule our lives
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Time for Labour to turn the tide on children’s health