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‘Amateur Hour in British Politics’
As more and more ministers are handed top jobs for their loyalty rather than their competence, former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall considers what we can do about this democratic deficit
‘Climate Change is Not Gender Neutral’
Energy action goes hand in hand with gender equality – which is why female climate change representatives as speakers, panellists and thought leaders at COP27 is imperative, writes Rabina Khan
Williamson and Braverman: Revenge for Regicide?
Simon Walters sees a historical pattern as two ministers who defected from Boris Johnson to Rishi Sunak appear to be targeted for their perfidy
‘Musk’s Twitter Buy Makes No Sense – Unless It’s Part of Something Bigger’
Brexit and Trump were initially seen as jokes, but the new owner of the social media giant could pose a serious threat to democracy – and a boon for Vladimir Putin, writes David Troy