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At the end of October, national leaders from across the globe will convene in Glasgow for the COP26 summit on climate change. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Climate crisis calling
With the UK Labour Party in dire straits – both in terms of ideology and polling – the British Left need a party to rally around. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Can the Green Party match their German counterparts?
When the Covid-19 pandemic kicked off in March 2020, Brits were urged not to panic buy and avoid artificial shortages during a time of supply chain fears. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: All out of CO2, fuel, money and ideas
This week saw the second major cabinet reshuffle since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister in 2019. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Boris Johnson prepares for decade of Tory Britain with cabinet reshuffle
Any political junkie thrives on the drama of an election cycle – and this September is offering a few highly significant polls. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: September of elections beckons
The catastrophe that has befallen Afghanistan has called into question more than just the competence of the UK Government,Ii has also turned a spotlight on the judgement of the opposition Labour Party. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Raab and Boris on the rack over Afghanistan
Following the withdrawal of US troop the institutions and military forces build up over the past 20 years in Afganistan have fallen like a stack of cards Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Afghanistan – How it started, how it’s going
The Labour leader has been in Scotland as part of a summer tour designed to restart his stalled leadership. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Keir Starmer launches Tony Blair tribute act
Several remain voting constituencies in the south of England that usually vote Tory have now been dubbed the “Blue Wall” – and YouGov’s data showed that the Conservatives are down eight points among these areas. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Trouble in the Blue Wall