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UK in turmoil as elections loom

The political parties in the North have put themselves on a general election footing as continuing manoeuvres over Brexit at Westminster mean that a poll may not take place until the end of November

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Sinn Féin MEP Anderson condemns Turkish trustees decision

“The EU, who provide funding to Turkey, must end its silence on Turkish state oppression against the Kurdish people and their democratically elected representatives,” said Sinn Féin MEP Anderson

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Jeremy Corbyn y su Labour, o como la gente ha vuelto a hacer politica

La mujer que abre la puerta tiene unos 40 años, el edificio donde vive es un típico bloque de apartamentos sociales en el popular barrio de Hackney.

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Britain: ‘For The Many, Not The Few’

‘For The Many, Not The Few’: Labour Manifesto Offers Blueprint for Global Left

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Britain votes to quit EU

British Prime Minister David Cameron might resign after results from his referendum on EU membership show it pulling Britain and the north of Ireland out of the European Union by a total vote of an estimated 51.7% to 48.3%

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So you think this is about Europe?

Throughout Europe populist movements (not always savoury) have found support; all of this is a function of the capitulative failure of mainstream political parties

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Yes Meet Jez

Much space in the newspaper comment pages has been given over to speculation about what a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour party would mean for Scotland’s independence movement

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