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Rishi Sunak

Sunak’s ill wind

A Tory split over onshore wind threatens to blow Sunak off course, says John Westmoreland

  • Written by John Westmoreland
  • Category: Analysis
Cop27 Climate Justice protest, Edinburgh

Cop27: From a fragile win to a wasted year

Elaine Graham-Leigh looks at the results of the Cop27 conference in Egypt, and argues that lack of action on climate change is not accidental, but a result of failings in the system

  • Written by Elaine Graham-Leigh
  • Category: Analysis
Donald Trump

Trump’s losing hand?

The US elections were a rebuff for the former president but showed no enthusiasm for the current one. Terina Hine argues this reflects the impasse of US politics and a failure of the left

  • Written by Terina Hine
  • Category: Analysis
Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt

There is no ‘fiscal black hole’

Tory claims of a ‘fiscal black hole’ in government finances is designed to intimidate workers into taking pay cuts, argues John Westmoreland

  • Written by John Westmoreland
  • Category: Analysis
Joe Biden

US Midterms: politics heading for deadlock

The Democrats in the US avoid the ‘blowout’, but Biden will be paralysed and likely to turn to foreign aggression in compensation, argues Terina Hine

  • Written by Terina Hine
  • Category: Analysis
Graffiti in Nablus. Photo: Victor Grigas/cropped from original/licensed under CC3.0, linked at bottom of article

Palestine on fire

Israel is conducting a brutal crackdown on Palestinian communities, largely to media silence, but resistance is growing again, reports Don Davies

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