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Was the FA right to not light up Wembley with Israel colours?

The Football Association has been condemned after announcing that Wembley Stadium will not be lit up in blue and white in support of Israel...

Are Party Conferences relevant to voters?

Whether you’re into politics or not, many of the news headlines during the month of October are about party conferences. This year that includes...

Is the UK really a competitor to China?

“Britain is not a rival, it is not a competitor, it is not an enemy, it is not an adversary.” You would be forgiven...

Is there a resurgence of West African coups?

Military coups in West Africa are on the rise as many countries experience deteriorating economic conditions and democratic backsliding prompting military intervention. West Africa has...

What the heck is BRICS?

BRICS expansion comes as a counterweight to Western-dominated political and economic institutions, and reliance on the U.S. dollar. This constitutes a form of grievance-based...

Big Win For Biden Administration In ROK-Japan Rapprochement

From alliance protection to alliance projection. The rapprochement between two long-time adversaries with deeply held historical grievances marks the beginning of a new security...

Could Labour win big in Uxbridge?

As the Uxbridge by-election nears, what could this possibly mean for the future of British politics? The Uxbridge by-election set to happen today, follows the...

Report finds Johnson deliberately misled Parliament over ‘partygate’ during COVID lockdown

In its highly anticipated investigation, the committee also recommended the former PM serve a 90-day suspension from parliament. A scathing report from the House of...

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No Third-Way: How the two-party system is broken

British politics is to put it simply a mess. Even for those of us who might pride ourselves on...
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How does it end for Vladimir Putin?

By now, Russian President Vladimir Putin's interview with American conservative political commentator Tucker Carlson has reached over eighteen million...

Are Young Brits Becoming Less Democratic?

A recent study by the centre-right think tank Onward found that 65% of 18-35 year olds in the UK...

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No Third-Way: How the two-party system is broken

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How does it end for Vladimir Putin?

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