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Political game changer? The ‘B word’ enters the fray

In the cut and thrust of politics – and the accompanying drive to galvanise support and isolate opponents – any number of unacceptable ‘isms’ are flung about in the hope that some of the more damning semantic baggage might stick. … Continue reading

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What happened to the Politics of Conviction?

Poor old Gordon Brown. The British PM isn’t the most riveting personality on the global political stage but he’s unwittingly enlivened an otherwise turgid British election campaign. I’m referring, of course, to his now-infamous comment that a 65 year-old woman he’d … Continue reading

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