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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
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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
25/05/2018 06:47:02 AM
UK official warns EU over Brexit 'insult'
May defends customs 'backstop'
UK wants £1bn Galileo costs back
MPs: UK might have to extend customs union
Boris Johnson targeted by Russian hoaxer
Carney warns on 'disorderly Brexit' fallout
Police mugshot deletion scheme criticised
Tax rises needed 'to prevent NHS misery'
Labour 'would be neutral in Irish border poll'
Aide quits government 'to fight for Brexit'
UK wants £1bn Galileo costs back from EU
Romanian second top non-UK nationality
Tories need new leadership - Cummings
MPs: UK might have to extend customs union
Two quizzed in Tory election fraud probe
Video 1:40 MP rails against 'silent rogue cyclists'
Video 1:39 Young: I was targeted by twitter mob
Video 1:44 PM: More doctors - Corbyn: Fewer GPs
Video 1:58 Corbyn: Private profit before public service
Video 2:03 When home secretaries are heckled by police
Video 1:33 PM asked about flammable cladding ban
Religion and the referendum
'Impossible to ignore'
NHS: Ministers still wrestling with long-term cash needs
Brexit: Customs union plan brewing in Whitehall
What's on in Parliament?
Party conferences 2017
Election 2017: At-a-glance
Video 1:40 MP rails against 'silent rogue cyclists'
Video 1:39 Young: I was targeted by twitter mob
Video 1:44 PM: More doctors - Corbyn: Fewer GPs
Video 1:58 Corbyn: Private profit before public service
Video 2:03 When home secretaries are heckled by police
Video 1:33 PM asked about flammable cladding ban

Politics.co.uk
25/05/2018 06:46:19 AM
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
The Spectator
25/05/2018 06:47:10 AM
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Jeremy Corbyn backs his spokesman on Russia
Marine Le Pen’s relaunch falls flat
Gavin Williamson shows his inexperience
The day I almost lost my job: diary of an RT reporter
Rory Kinnear is less Macbeth, more a tetchy manager of an Amazon warehouse
How mass immigration drives the housing crisis
A dangerous silence over Telford
What The Theory of Everything doesn’t tell you about Stephen Hawking
The BBC’s shameful silence on the Telford sex scandal
Vladimir Putin’s toxic power
The day I almost lost my job: diary of an RT reporter
Jeremy Corbyn backs his spokesman on Russia
Trump to May: I’m with you ‘all the way’ on Russia
Labour MP deserts Corbyn
Five years of Pope Francis: five things you need to know
Scrapping one pence coins would be a step in a bad direction
The BBC’s shameful silence on the Telford sex scandal
Theresa May accuses Russia of an unlawful use of force against Britain
Vladimir Putin’s toxic power
Revealed: the Tory health tax bombshell
Steve Bannon interview: “I’m fascinated by Mussolini”
The Spectator's Notes: The origin of Civilisation
Genocide in South Africa: now that’s a black-and-white issue
Who is monitoring the 200 million videos available daily on YouTube?
Schools: Minding the gender gap
Schools: Sex education
Schools: Is Eton worth it?
The Vatican’s fake news: Pope Francis’s staff caught blurring out key words in photo of letter from Benedict
Mueller subpoenas Trump Organisation’s Russia documents
Gavin Williamson shows his inexperience
Jeremy Corbyn backs his spokesman on Russia
The Spectator Podcast: Putin’s toxic power
Donald Trump finally announces sanctions against Russia
Watch: Theresa May’s fist bumps a Salisbury resident
Books Podcast: St Paul, the biography
The subtly savage world of filmmaker Ruben Ostlund
Today’s pirate gold is the Patagonian toothfish
Was Ada Lovelace the true founder of Silicon Valley?
Rory Kinnear is less Macbeth, more a tetchy manager of an Amazon warehouse
Our gallant second world war pigeons have been unjustly ridiculed
The Bishop of Wherever won't have a fit – assuming he stays awake: Mary Magdalene reviewed
Lucy Mangan has enough comic energy to power the National Grid
Ysenda Maxtone Graham
Babylon Berlin is so brilliant I'd advise you not to start watching it
Who is monitoring the 200 million videos available daily on YouTube?
A Gerald Barry première really ought to be national news
The Bishop of Wherever won't have a fit – assuming he stays awake: Mary Magdalene reviewed
The school beside the sea
The International Baccalaureate vs. A levels
The best Easter eggs for 2018
Go beyond Guinness for your St Patrick’s Day drinks
Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham 13 March 2018
Ken Dodd: a comic genius who inspired true devotion
How to avoid losing money in economic bubbles
The UK stock market still looks cheap
Short-selling is simple in theory, but more difficult in practice
Would you take a robot’s tip?
How a phantom flat tyre led to a hypomanic episode
Smoking causes hearing loss, new research finds
Spectator Health reporter 14 March 2018
Bevan’s NHS is no longer fit for purpose in the age of bio-data
Giving birth ‘ages a woman by 11 years’
Spectator Health reporter 9 March 2018
Virtual currencies will be our salvation
Me, General de Gaulle and an elderly barbecued lesbian
Save me from stupid women
How can I avoid power handshakes? They hurt my fragile knuckles
Dear Mary: My daughter’s new boyfriend isn’t on Facebook – how do I snoop?
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New Statesman

25/05/2018 06:47:09 AM
Jennie Formby and Christine Blower shortlisted for Labour party general secretary post
Is there a political benefit to hosting a World Cup?
The Liberal Democrats are trying to be Ukip for Remainers: but it’s not working
Rasping old cassettes bring new depth to a familiar true crime tale in BBC Four’s The Ruth Ellis Files
The Posh Pen Paradox: when writers and artists fear their tools
Why superhero films should follow Wonder Woman’s lead and have female villains
“At 28, I had life planned. Now I’m 35”: The Syrian millennials growing up in conflict
Marine Le Pen’s new disguise: a bid to rebrand her far-right party as the “National Rally”
Five Star’s “just fix it!” politics and the new age of digital populism
Stop retweeting racist “parody” accounts that steal pictures of the elderly and vulnerable
Quiz: Can you really tell when you’re being advertised to?
“Make sure we keep talking”: the horizon-expanding curiosity of Stephen Hawking
The Goldsmiths Writers' Centre presents Elif Shafak
The Goldsmiths Writers' Centre Presents Nicola Barker
Gavin Williamson is running the most undisguised leadership campaign ever
Stop retweeting racist “parody” accounts that steal pictures of the elderly and vulnerable
Jennie Formby and Christine Blower shortlisted for Labour party general secretary post
Is there a political benefit to hosting a World Cup?
The Liberal Democrats are trying to be Ukip for Remainers: but it’s not working
Putin’s new Cold War
Carla Bruni’s radio show C’est La Vie is a one-woman advert for the French way of life
Rasping old cassettes bring new depth to a familiar true crime tale in The Ruth Ellis Files
Unlike George Osborne, Philip Hammond is no good at politics
The stand off with Russia has set the Labour party clock back to spring 2017
Theresa May’s spin doctor is missing life on the other side of the microphone
Five Star’s “just fix it!” politics and the new age of digital populism
Ken Dodd’s nostalgic comedy, Brexit’s upside and why we should boycott the World Cup
“At 28, I had life planned. Now I’m 35”: The Syrian millennials growing up in conflict
Marine Le Pen’s bid to rebrand her far-right party as the “National Rally”
The stand off with Russia has set the Labour party clock back to spring 2017
Marine Le Pen’s bid to rebrand her far-right party as the “National Rally”
Can you really tell when you’re being advertised to?
When men remind feminists that grooming is worse than groping, they reveal their complicity
The stand off with Russia has set the Labour party clock back to spring 2017
Gavin Williamson is running the most undisguised leadership campaign ever
Jennie Formby and Christine Blower shortlisted for Labour party general secretary post
Helping Britain Prosper by closing the skills gap
Jennie Formby and Christine Blower shortlisted for Labour party general secretary post
Is there a political benefit to hosting a World Cup?
The Liberal Democrats are trying to be Ukip for Remainers: but it’s not working
Kevin McCloud says the quality of new homes in the UK is "unforgivable"
You can buy a house in Liverpool for £1
Why wood is making a comeback in housebuilding