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Mahdi Assan

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Theresa May danced her way on to the stage at the Conservative Party Conference last month and made a historical announcement; austerity is over. In a speech which was rather low on policy this was a momentous declaration. But as jubilant as…

Iain Duncan Smith once said that “cake exists to be eaten, and cherries exist to be picked”. This statement, as jocular as it was, was a stark approval of Theresa May’s third landmark speech on Brexit at Mansion House. In the speech, the Prime…

The legalities of British military action in Syria may be as controversial as the moralities of doing so. A choice with so much at stake has landed on the shoulders of another prime minister. This time the question relates to…