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8 September 2020,
As the Conservative party rebels against its own 'oven-ready' EU deal, Otto English sees a parallel with the absurd self-defeat of the Austrian Army in the catastrophic Battle of Karánsebes
26 August 2020,
Quiet acts of defiance can be the most liberating in a world of dead cats and dystopia...
20 August 2020,
Otto English has procured a letter from the Prime Minister's partner about their summer sojourn in Scotland – read on, campers!
6 August 2020,
As ‘excess death’ during the Coronavirus pandemic becomes normalised, Otto English counts the cost of a dearly lost friend who made him see the world in a different way
31 July 2020,
Otto English smells something in the air tonight...
24 July 2020,
Otto English compiles the epic accomplishments of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, during his first year as Prime Minister
10 July 2020,
Otto English argues that Donald Trump is living proof that, while you cannot fool all of the people all of the time, you can fool yourself
24 June 2020,
In the week her Twitter account was suspended, Otto English looks back on how the mainstream media and the tabloid press paved Katie Hopkins' path to the extremes
19 June 2020,
The Prime Minister's attempts to show his understanding of Aussies and New Zealanders fell flat this week – as have his attempts for post-Brexit trade
12 June 2020,
From economic aftershocks to social unrest, racial discrimination and healthcare inequality, Otto English predicts a pandemic will transform this century just as it did the last
8 June 2020,
As the Black Lives Matter movement removes a symbol of slavery and Empire from the heart of Bristol, Otto English explains why misplaced reverence for these relics of a shameful past has had its time
27 May 2020,
22 May 2020,
Knighting Captain Tom Moore – rightly admired for his fundraising for the NHS – is a cynical ploy by a populist Prime Minister struggling to do his job in an actual crisis, says Otto English.
19 May 2020,
Otto English investigates multiple shocking reports of a complete lack of COVID-19 checks for those arriving in the UK from abroad.
13 May 2020,
Otto English delves into how the Brexit Party leader is keeping himself relevant now that we have taken back control and his American dreams have not come to fruition.
5 May 2020,
As Britain prepares to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe, Otto English cuts through the myths with his father's first-hand account of war.
The Coronavirus Crisis: The Prime Minister Is Not Immune from Scrutiny – Despite what his Cheerleaders Say
28 April 2020,
With calls being voiced for journalists not to criticise the Government over its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, Otto English explores why this has never been more essential.
15 April 2020,
Otto English explains how nations that start by normalising conspiracy theories end up having their phone masts burned down
3 April 2020,
Otto English explores, well, that thing. The thing we can't forget. The thing that's everywhere, inside and out.
1 April 2020,
Otto English is given exclusive access to an innovative new project to celebrate the best of British talent.
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