Updated : 15/08/2018
 
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Independent
24/05/2018 09:47:05 PM
Trump cancels summit with North Korean leader
Summit cancellation gives Trump more time to ponder Mueller interview
South Korea trying to figure out Trump's aim after cancellation
Kevin de León's plan to take on Dianne Feinstein starts with finishing second
One voter, two registration forms: Errors reported in rollout of California's 'motor voter' system
Trump: Stand for the anthem or 'maybe you shouldn’t be in the country'
Why centrist Dianne Feinstein is moving so much to the left that she now opposes the death penalty
Essential Politics
California lawmakers seek to waive taxes for medical marijuana given to indigent patients
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A world of complex threats awaits Gina Haspel as CIA director
Confusion, calculation and fear keeping DACA recipients from renewing their status while they can
Summit cancellation gives Trump more time to ponder Mueller interview
Trump pulls out of planned nuclear summit, says he will be 'waiting' if North Korea changes its approach
Kevin de León's plan to take on Dianne Feinstein starts with finishing second
How the Supreme Court is invoking a 1925 law to restrict workers' rights today
Moderate Republicans pushing for immigration vote give leaders until June 7 to reach a deal
Majority of California voters want to repeal gas tax increase, poll finds
BBC Politics
15/08/2018 11:47:03 PM
Police raids after Westminster 'attack'
Video How the incident unfolded
What we know so far
Westminster crash in pictures
Video Armed police swarm on car
UK unemployment at lowest since 1975
No Corbyn apology after wreath criticism
'More powers' for social housing tenants
Hunt promotes Brexit plan on Europe tour
Minister defends weedkiller tweet
Israeli PM attacks Corbyn in wreath row
New fund unveiled to tackle rough sleeping
Muslims warn PM of Johnson 'whitewash'
Paisley apologises at supporters' meeting
Abortion buffers announcement 'next month'
Loans for farmers hit by adverse weather
Video 1:04 Armed police swoop on crash site
Video 2:03 Corbyn reacts to 'terror memorial' claims
Video 1:06 Boris Johnson burka row explained
Video 0:58 Super Stormont deadlock
Video 0:33 'Take the whip' from Boris Johnson
Video 0:59 Iran sanctions: 'US not got this right'
Reality Check: What does a 'WTO Brexit' mean?
Anti-Semitism claims
What now for the government?
Brexit: What we know about May's compromise trade plan
Can Theresa May's Travolta/Micawber strategy last?
Party conferences 2017
Election 2017: At-a-glance
Video 1:04 Armed police swoop on crash site
Video 2:03 Corbyn reacts to 'terror memorial' claims
Video 1:06 Boris Johnson burka row explained
Video 0:58 Super Stormont deadlock
Video 0:33 'Take the whip' from Boris Johnson
Video 0:59 Iran sanctions: 'US not got this right'

Politics.co.uk
15/08/2018 11:46:23 PM
Hostile environment: Government ignored warnings from Public Health England on migrant health charges
DWP wins legal case to block future benefit appeals
Daily Mail's migrant cleaners preparing to strike for better pay
DWP goes back to court to block future benefit appeals
MPs call for review into May's 'hostile environment' for migrants
Home Office faces legal challenges over 'right to rent' migrant policy
DWP goes back to court to block future benefit appeals
MPs call for review into May's 'hostile environment' for migrants
Hostile environment: Government ignored warnings from Public Health England on migrant health charges
DWP wins legal case to block future benefit appeals
Health select committee calls for immediate stop to NHS data sharing with the Home Office
Daily Mail's migrant cleaners preparing to strike for better pay
This is what no-deal Brexit actually looks like
It's time to ditch the term 'fake news'
I'm Broken Britain: I'm losing all hope
The Spectator
15/08/2018 11:47:10 PM
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How Corbyn’s opponents made it easier for him to dodge scrutiny
Falling unemployment marks another black day for Project Fear
Watch: Jeremy Corbyn turns nasty over wreath-gate
For any politician spoiling for a fight over Ireland's border, Under the Tree is required viewing
On a beach with no phone signal, I rediscovered the wonder of boredom
London’s best afternoon teas
Marie-Claire Chappet
The myth of Jeremy Corbyn, a kind and gentle man
Boris Johnson is a victim of the modern inquisition
Why are modern men obsessed with self-improvement?
Why Boris is wrong about burkas
What happened to Je Suis Charlie, Prime Minister?
Watch: Jeremy Corbyn’s terror tribute confusion
The myth of Jeremy Corbyn, a kind and gentle man
Wreath-gate: Corbyn’s version of events – a timeline
It’s time to accept that companies such as Amazon are beyond shame
Thanks, Ryanair, for wrecking our holiday
Why do we support the Iran regime?
How to survive a French heatwave
Why are modern men obsessed with self-improvement?
The selective breeding of pets: how far should we go?
Baseball is perfect. Don’t make it all about race.
Make Rosé Pink Again!
The Spectator's Notes
Britain should spend more on diplomacy in Africa and less on aid
Why British weather is like a bad boyfriend
Amateur porn is not empowering
What do women really want? A man with a beautiful house
How Corbyn’s opponents made it easier for him to dodge scrutiny
Listen: Chris Williamson on ‘alleged’ Munich terrorist
Watch: Jeremy Corbyn turns nasty over wreath-gate
Falling unemployment marks another black day for Project Fear
Owen Jones’s masterclass in ‘whataboutery’
Wanted: Director of Digital for The Spectator
Police treating Westminster car crash as terrorist incident
The myth of Jeremy Corbyn, a kind and gentle man
The artist who breathes Technicolour life into historic photographs
‘I am not a number’: the callous treatment of orphans
Comedy is entirely unsuited to the ‘Edinburgh hour’
Queen Mary: stiff and cold, but no kleptomaniac
Did Ed Balls mean to make a documentary on the joys of Trump’s America?
Currentzis's Beethoven asked us to listen with our bodies rather than our minds
Why has V.S. Naipaul rejected the Trinidad of his birth?
Patrick Skene Catling
Global Britain was built as a narco-empire
The two works of fiction I re-read annually
If we offer Ian McKellan a peerage, will he promise not to inflict his King Lear on us again?
How Berlin keeps the spirit of the Roaring Twenties alive
London’s best afternoon teas
Marie-Claire Chappet 13 August 2018
Recipe: Courgette cake
What the range of entries for the Economic Disruptor of the Year Award tells us about British entrepreneurial talent
The UK economy is now growing faster than the Eurozone. Isn’t this good news?
What does the future look like for Apple?
Valuations of tech stocks have become insanely high
Blood test can predict kidney cancer ‘five years before diagnosis’
Spectator Health reporter 13 August 2018
Heart rate – how fast is too fast?
Spectator Health reporter 10 August 2018
Compound in giant radish prevents heart disease
Spectator Health reporter 9 August 2018
Cherries improve gut health
Spectator Health reporter 7 August 2018
Amazon and Facebook: the twin evils of our age
How to survive a French heatwave
Welcome to customer services, Guantanamo Bay-style
How should you deal with a competitive best friend?
Temper, a new pizza restaurant in Covent Garden, land of the itinerant rich
‘Crest’ and the absurd language of heraldry
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New Statesman

15/08/2018 11:47:10 PM
Has a little girl from Northamptonshire just ended local government cuts?
Why you should probably ignore that interesting new poll suggesting a Tory lead
The problem with Disney casting a straight actor to play its first gay character
What the Turkish lira crisis means for President Erdogan’s hold on power
How the Islamic State caliphate was lost
Why a fight with Benjamin Netanyahu is good news for Jeremy Corbyn
How architecture-themed Twitter accounts became a magnet for white nationalism
While left and right indulge in whataboutery, Muslims and Jews are united against bigotry
Jeremy Corbyn’s Black September remarks will enrage his critics – but relieve his allies
Skwawkbox, Jeremy Corbyn’s wreath, and the mystery of vanishing online stories
How the BBC’s balance issue is alienating its supporters – just when it needs them most
Skwawkbox, Jeremy Corbyn’s wreath, and the mystery of vanishing online stories
Jeremy Corbyn’s Black September remarks will enrage his critics – but relieve his allies
Why a fight with Benjamin Netanyahu is good news for Jeremy Corbyn
The future of mental health provision
Why you should probably ignore that interesting new poll suggesting a Tory lead
Why a fight with Benjamin Netanyahu is good news for Jeremy Corbyn
Did Brexit kill Mark Fisher’s theory of capitalist realism?
Department for Education and Ofsted clash over exam results
Edinburgh’s city deal bets £791m on technology
How “transport poverty” is keeping people out of work
The rise and fall of Islamic State
How the Islamic State caliphate was lost
The Nepalese girls who lost their childhoods
Why there’s no such thing as a civilisation
Master of his universe: the warnings in JRR Tolkien’s novels
The cost of Britain’s “bargain basement” model
Jeremy Corbyn’s Black September remarks will enrage his critics – but relieve his allies
Did Brexit kill Mark Fisher’s theory of capitalist realism?
Standing up for Scotland’s microbusinesses
Brexit is dividing the Tories over Europe – and everything else
The Tories’ rough sleeping strategy is too little, too late
Will the trade unions defeat Jeremy Corbyn on anti-Semitism?
Christopher Andrew’s history of spying shows how undercover ops have changed history
Alan Garner Q&A: “As we ran, Alan Turing asked me whether AI was possible”
The Globe’s Othello and the National’s Home, I’m Darling suffer opposing problems
Travels in Trumpland with Ed Balls is enjoyable, if undeniably cheesy, stunt journalism
Why a select group of men think Yorkshire is the sexiest accent in the world
The economic conservatism of Queer Eye
The BBC isn’t wedded to balance – it’s dedicated to serving its audience
How the BBC’s balance issue is alienating its supporters – just when it needs them most
Don’t waste valuable water on your lawn – you’ll only regret it when your vegetables bolt
Shout it from the rooftops: Alex Jones’s YouTube ban is NOT a First Amendment issue
What if the same force that created civilisation is the thing most likely to destroy it?
Does the NHS have a summer crisis?
The Nepalese girls who lost their childhoods
Trump’s Iran sanctions are a dangerous gamble
South Africa is the only country with a chance of stopping the bloodshed in Zimbabwe
How Michael Cohen’s intervention could mark the beginning of the end for Donald Trump
The Daily Mail welcomes Syrian refugees – but only if they’re Christian
Churches have become havens from Trump’s migrant crackdown