Download the pdf The general election was a disaster for the Tories. Theresa May had to bribe the DUP £1 billion to join her coalition of chaos.
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WITH 32 PER CENT of the votes in the first round of France’s parliamentary elections, Emmanuel Macron’s party, La République en Marche
DONALD TRUMP’S first trip abroad as President saw him launch radical changes in US foreign policy from those pursued by his predecessor
PRESIDENT DONALD Trump’s 20 May visit to Saudi Arabia, for a summit of the six Gulf Arab states and 49 other Arab and Muslim-majority countries
Simon Hannah compares Tony Benn’s 1983 and Jeremy Corbyn’s 2017 contributions
THE UNDERFUNDING of childcare programmes, the privatisation of secondary education
A resident reports on protests
THE AFTERMATH of the Grenfell fire exposes the government’s callous contempt for the lives and wellbeing of ordinary people.
L.A., from South London explains how members took their confidence into winning campaigns in marginal seats
A Kensington CLP member explains how victory has been tempered by catastrophe of Grenfell Tower fire
THE RETURN of two party politics in England was mirrored to a more limited extent in Scotland, with both Labour and the Tories
POLITICAL EVENTS in Northern Ireland are generally given scant coverage in the popular British press or broadcast media.
THE JUNE election result proved an unexpected disaster for the “winner” and a triumph for the “loser”.
A massive turnout of young and working class voters has inflicted a shock defeat on the Tories
Seven people were killed and dozens more injured in the terrorist attack that targeted ordinary people enjoying Saturday evening around London Bridge and Borough Market.
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