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Paul Niland takes inspiration from the Ukrainian EuroMaidan revolution and argues that fundamental forces will stop Britain from moving too far away from the EU.
How the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party in the 2019 General Election fits within a wider global shift to the right.
The International Olympic Committee must learn from its mistake in proceeding with the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany, says CJ Werleman.
CJ Werleman dissects a new poll showing that 39% of white evangelicals and 54% of white protestants believe the US President to be God's chosen representative on Earth.
Retiring Labour MP and Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee member Ian Lucas urges the Prime Minister to take the threat posed by Putin's Russia seriously – and put the UK before his own personal interests.
When anti-Muslim rhetoric is combined with the rewarding of war crimes against Muslims, the consequences are grave – not only for Muslim Americans but the US military, CJ Werleman argues.
Trump Can’t Wage War on the Cartels Without Reforming America’s Gun Laws and Ending its ‘War on Drugs’
The US has spent more than $2.5 trillion on prohibition despite there being no empirical data to support its supply-side focused policy, writes CJ Werleman.
Paul Niland, founder of Lifeline Ukraine, has a warning and some advice for the British public about Putin and his digital warfare as it heads to the polls.
After Thatcherism and austerity, Brexit is the third part of a heist designed to wreck the social fabric of Britain
Paddy Briggs looks at the career and restoration of Thatcher's legacy by Tory Brexiteers and asks whether she would agree with them if she was alive today.
British Muslims are Celebrating the Death of ISIS' Leader – but will we Read About that in the Newspapers?
CJ Werleman examines the damaging and inaccurate narrative propagated by the UK's tabloids: "Why won’t Muslims condemn terrorism?”
CJ Werleman argues that the President has given new life to the terrorist group by defying the Pentagon and his national security experts and withdrawing US troops from north-eastern Syria.
CJ Werleman unpicks the hypocrisy of evangelicals' support for Donald Trump, who has exhibited more than a few un-Christian traits.
Rudy Giulani is currently the target of multiple investigations, his business associates have been taken into federal custody, and Donald Trump has already shown he’s ready to get rid of him if – or more likely, when – it becomes necessary.
CJ Werleman argues that the Ethiopian Prime Minister's genocide against ethnic Somali Muslims in Ogaden should have been taken into account by those awarding him the international peace prize.
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