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04/09/2018 01:47:25 PM
Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, center, on Capitol Hill in August. Erin Schaff for The New York Times
President Trump attacked Attorney General Jeff Sessions for bringing charges against two G.O.P. congressmen ahead of the midterms.
Mike Capuano Is in the Political Fight of His Life The Massachusetts congressman, a longtime progressive Democrat, is hoping to stave off a challenge from Ms. Pressley in Tuesday’s primary election.
BBC Politics
15/10/2018 08:46:52 AM
'Key issues remain' after Brexit talks
Is the PM out of Brexit moves?
Top Tories 'could resign'
UK and US 'may boycott' Saudi conference
Is meat too hot for politicians?
Top Tories 'could resign over Brexit deal'
Chancellor pressured over Universal Credit
PM won't back permanent EU customs union
'UK risks losing nearly £1bn EU funding'
Eurostar disruption risk in no-deal Brexit
Hammond expects 'Brexit deal dividend'
Oxford Tories ban Bullingdon members
Tory-DUP Brexit war of words intensifies
MPs 'informing' on immigration hotline
Video 1:10 Hancock on Brexit 'break moment'
Audio 0:47 M26 closure 'deeply frustrating'
Video 13:27 UKIP leader asked about support for Robinson
Video 2:17 Grant: DUP 'bluffing' on Budget vote threat
Video 0:43 DUP threatens to pull support over Brexit
Brexit deadline spin
'It's all kicking off'
Brexit: If nobody's talking, how can a deal be reached?
An uncomfortable moment for Raab?
Week ahead in Parliament
Labour Party conference
Election 2017: At-a-glance
Video 1:10 Hancock on Brexit 'break moment'
Audio 0:47 M26 closure 'deeply frustrating'
Video 13:27 UKIP leader asked about support for Robinson
Video 2:17 Grant: DUP 'bluffing' on Budget vote threat
Video 0:43 DUP threatens to pull support over Brexit

Politics.co.uk
15/10/2018 08:46:20 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
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
15/10/2018 08:47:00 AM
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Gandhi on Hitler: ‘I do not believe him to be as bad as he is portrayed’
Nine books to read this autumn
It’s the last chance to save the planet – until next time
Bustling, buoyant Riga is a Baltic bright spot
Death of a dissident: Saudi Arabia and the rise of the mobster state
Why we shouldn’t forget Jeremy Corbyn’s contemptible past
Why Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony didn’t make me cry
Critics hated Julie Burchill’s Brexit play. What does that say about them?
Are we heading for a Salzburg-style smash?
The staggering hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton
Will Theresa May risk putting her Brexit rebels on the spot?
Unilever’s botched plan to quit London leaves it open to hostile bids
Has Princess Eugenie actually read the Great Gatsby?
The cautionary tale of Karen White, the transgender rapist
The dishonesty of the abortion debate
Death of a dissident: Saudi Arabia and the rise of the mobster state
As Assad recovers, Syria is returning to stability
How the Irish see Brexit
Thanks to Trump, the exclamation mark is having its best year! Ever!
Requiem for the Common Entrance Exam
The Spectator's Notes
Why Mayerling is a #MeToo minefield
Kenya’s amazing coast is back on the tourist map
Theresa May’s Chief Whip can’t take your call right now, please leave a message after the tone
What can break the Brexit impasse?
Hell week 2.0: can Theresa May cling on?
Sunday shows round-up: Emily Thornberry defends Labour’s Brexit tests
What Britain can learn from America’s bathroom battles
Let’s talk about how the Turkish government deals with dissidents abroad
Are we heading for a Salzburg-style smash?
It’s the last chance to save the planet – until next time
Lonely hearts and guilty minds: the world of Pamela Hansford Johnson
Is modernist architecture unhealthy?
Gandhi on Hitler: ‘I do not believe him to be as bad as he is portrayed’
The new Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker is a delight – but the script isn't
Stitches in time: The history of the world through the eye of a needle
Why Mayerling is a #MeToo minefield
Pithy and profound: the beauty of aphorisms
How indiscretions over Suez ruined Rab Butler
What was Neil Armstrong like? A complete bore if First Man is anything to go by
What’s not to like about Christine and the Queens? Her music
Is the current stock market a load of bull?
Office rentals and hot-desk companies are booming – but for how long?
Want to predict the price of gold? Then watch Hollywood films
Has the tide turned on emerging markets?
Nine books to read this autumn
Can sherry make a comeback?
Public health officials are on a moral crusade
Newly discovered gene mutation could be used to treat diabetes and heart disease
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Five ways to beat sleep apnoea
Taking aspirin lowers risk of ovarian cancer, new study claims
Spectator Health reporter 5 October 2018
Partying with the Clintons
A pub brawl certainly livened up a boring football match
My long gossipy letters to an old friend get just a few words in response
Disloyal toast: this is the worst cabinet vintage ever
To avoid knowing the distasteful origin of ‘scumbag’, look away now
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15/10/2018 08:47:00 AM
Why a Brexit deal could be impossible for Theresa May to reach
Is there a way out of the Brexit mess?
Making China great again: Xi Jinping’s troubled nationalist revival
How five humble fish transformed the British Isles
The year women said: Me Too
Leave.EU accused of “anti-Semitic meme” in George Soros puppet master tweet
What is the DUP playing at on Brexit?
Trump’s climate silence, why Labour shouldn’t urge an election, and replacing Dimbleby
Is there a way out of the Brexit mess?
What is the DUP playing at on Brexit?
We social democrats need to be honest about why we keep losing – and how we can win again
Post-18 education is in need of an overhaul
Post-18 education is in need of an overhaul
Post-18 education is in need of an overhaul
Why a Brexit deal could be impossible for Theresa May to reach
We social democrats need to be honest about why we keep losing – and how we can win again
What is the DUP playing at on Brexit?
Sarah Wollaston: no-deal Brexit would be “catastrophic” for the NHS
NHS deploys digital receptionist programme that could save £220,000 per year
Is Matt Hancock’s £240m social care funding boost enough to alleviate £700m in cuts?
How austerity broke Britain
How austerity broke Britain – and how we can recover
Making China great again: Xi Jinping’s troubled nationalist revival
Talking about my regeneration: why it’s OK not to like the new Doctor Who
Commons Confidential: Philip Hammond’s pH imbalance
Netflix’s Maniac is a moving, surreal, sharp take on themes from trauma to capitalism
How austerity broke Britain – and how we can recover
Austerity: how an ideological project failed on its own terms
Theresa May has declared the end of austerity but that’s no guarantee it will happen
Chris Williamson might lose his trigger ballot, but he’s won the war
Arlene Foster’s trip to Brussels offers a stark warning for Theresa May
Shaun Bailey is running out of Londoners to offend
How fear and feeling took over modern politics
John Grant’s fourth album, Love is Magic, is a work of musical mood swings
First Man has vivid, luminous cinematography, but it’s hard to say what it’s really about
Netflix’s Maniac is a moving, surreal, sharp take on themes from trauma to capitalism
alt-J: “More recognition wouldn’t prompt us to start doing cocaine in night club toilets”
Forget Hygge, the Nordic concept of Friluftsliv could help those suffering from anxiety
James Murdoch could become Tesla chair – and it will make us miss Elon Musk
I didn’t find a fix for climate change In Norway’s fjords – but I did find a will to act
The alt-right are devastated that Taylor Swift endorsed a Democrat
Democracy Hacked: how big tech poisoned politics
WhatsApp’s reckoning is long overdue – but it may finally be here
Kanye West’s praise for Donald Trump reveals the enduring appeal of the daddy dictator
Brazil is set to elect a fascist as president, and business is on board
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