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Television debates! What are they good for? Absolutely… well, it depends

The general election campaign is entering its final stages. On Friday, the two main party leaders, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, will for the second time this week go head-to-head in a televised stand-off. People will write angry things on the internet. Mrs May will say “strong and stable”. The nation will engage soberly with serious matters of policy.

Brexit – live blog (Friday 24th June 2016)

9.20am The UK has voted to leave the European Union by 17.4m votes 16.1m. This equates to 51.9% for Leave to 48.1% for Remain. Turnout was said to be 72%. The news is being called the biggest event in Britain’s post-war history; it is loaded with implications for trade, regulation, politics and international stability which…

In Politics Or PR: Never Assume

There are differing views as to whether the people of America got the ‘change’ they voted for when President Obama won the first of his two terms of office. The fact that he beat Hillary Clinton, who at the time was the shoe-in candidate to the Democrat candidacy, was not predicted. With Donald Trump now…