Politics

What Does ‘GameStonk’ Mean For Democracy?

By now, you’ll probably have scrolled through more than your fair share of posts, Twitter threads and articles attempting to explain the meaning of shorts, hedge funds and maybe even ‘Diamond Hands’ like some Margot Robbie wannabes.

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‘Across the Red Line’ Celebrates a Diversity of Opinion

Anne McElvoy is one of the best journalists around. A senior editor at the Economist and London Evening Standard columnist, she is just as prolific on the airwaves as in print. A regular on Radio 4’s Moral Maze panel for many years and a presenter of Radio 3’s late night Free Thinking, her arguments are always sharp, her questions precise and her remarks hugely engaging.

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Borderlands

Westminster and Holyrood need to pay special attention to the Scottish Borders in order to meet their unique needs.

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How Mail-In Ballots Won the Election

After a long wait the election is over, Joe Biden is finally President-Elect. Both candidates broke the record for votes cast in their name, but it was mail-in votes which won the election.

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Is This The End Of The American Experiment?

The American public (and the wider international community abroad) is on pins-and-needles as ballots are counted in the remaining states. Biden’s pathway to the presidency is becoming more apparent, but it is likely to be a contested election, where the decision lies in the hands of the Supreme Court.

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Will Texas Turn Blue?

Texan Governor Rick Perry has called the notion of the Democrats winning Texas a “pipe dream” that will never come to fruition. Arguably, with the

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What is the purpose of GB News?

It is often stated that most people have a minimal interest in politics. Apart from voting every year and occasionally watching the News at Ten, current affairs is regarded as a hobby for a selective few.

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