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‘Many more people are realising how bad England’s Covid situation is’
Boris Johnson
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‘Many more people are realising how bad England’s Covid situation is’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
22 Oct 2021
‘Educated girls can heal economies and heal the planet’
Afghan girls selling water at Nadir Khan hilltop in Kabul
Instant Opinion

‘Educated girls can heal economies and heal the planet’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
21 Oct 2021
‘Boris Johnson resorting to moral blackmail on green policies’
Boris Johnson leaves Downing Street
Instant Opinion

‘Boris Johnson resorting to moral blackmail on green policies’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
20 Oct 2021
‘Far from being a mere everyday annoyance, mansplaining can interfere with democracy’
Members of the Supreme Court pose for a group photo
Instant Opinion

‘Far from being a mere everyday annoyance, mansplaining can interfere with democracy’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
19 Oct 2021
‘The National Trust should be a refuge from the modern world - not reflect it’
Chartwell estate
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‘The National Trust should be a refuge from the modern world - not reflect it’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
18 Oct 2021
‘Let’s not cage in novelists with bad-faith readings’
Sally Rooney
Instant Opinion

‘Let’s not cage in novelists with bad-faith readings’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
14 Oct 2021
‘Levelling up cannot just be a sound bite. It must be a prescription for saving lives’
A volunteer is seen sorting food at Blackpool Food Bank
Instant Opinion

‘Levelling up cannot just be a sound bite. It must be a prescription for saving lives’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
13 Oct 2021
‘A more balanced lifestyle for GPs leaves patients waiting longer for a diagnosis’
A GP holds a stethoscope
Instant Opinion

‘A more balanced lifestyle for GPs leaves patients waiting longer for a diagnosis’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
12 Oct 2021
‘Expect more buck-passing from the government this winter’
Boris Johnson
Instant Opinion

‘Expect more buck-passing from the government this winter’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
11 Oct 2021
‘Liz Truss may be ready and primed to take over as optimist-in-chief’
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss
Instant Opinion

‘Liz Truss may be ready and primed to take over as optimist-in-chief’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
8 Oct 2021
‘Even wily Boris Johnson can’t outrun economics’
Boris Johnson
Instant Opinion

‘Even wily Boris Johnson can’t outrun economics’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
7 Oct 2021
‘Putting inmates to work should be done not to humiliate but rehabilitate’
A prisoner works at The Clink restaurant inside HMP Brixton, south London
Instant Opinion

‘Putting inmates to work should be done not to humiliate but rehabilitate’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
6 Oct 2021
‘If you couldn’t post a picture of your dinner on Instagram, did you even have dinner at all?’
Group of people all on their phones
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‘If you couldn’t post a picture of your dinner on Instagram, did you even have dinner at all?’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
5 Oct 2021
‘Individualistic Britain makes France seem like a utopia’
Petrol station queues
Instant Opinion

‘Individualistic Britain makes France seem like a utopia’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
4 Oct 2021
‘The time now is desperately short to regain the trust of women in the police’
Vigil for Sarah Everard
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‘The time now is desperately short to regain the trust of women in the police’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
1 Oct 2021
‘In the real UK, 007 might be queuing for petrol in his gleaming Aston Martin’
Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time to Die
Instant Opinion

‘In the real UK, 007 might be queuing for petrol in his gleaming Aston Martin’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
30 Sep 2021
‘Keir Starmer has a long way to go to banish the ghost of Corbynism’
Jeremy Corbyn at a fringe meeting during the Labour Party conference on 28 September 2021
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‘Keir Starmer has a long way to go to banish the ghost of Corbynism’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
29 Sep 2021
‘We are reaping the costs of the sniggering cults of populism’
Queues at petrol stations
Instant Opinion

‘We are reaping the costs of the sniggering cults of populism’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
28 Sep 2021
‘Welcome to the Labour conference where comradeship is scarcer than BP unleaded’
Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner
Instant Opinion

‘Welcome to the Labour conference where comradeship is scarcer than BP unleaded’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
27 Sep 2021
‘If Boris Johnson felt shame, he wouldn’t be slashing universal credit’
Boris Johnson in New York City
Instant Opinion

‘If Boris Johnson felt shame, he wouldn’t be slashing universal credit’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
24 Sep 2021
‘Boris Johnson must explain his 180-degree shift in attitude towards global warming’
Boris Johnson in New York City
Instant Opinion

‘Boris Johnson must explain his 180-degree shift in attitude towards global warming’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
23 Sep 2021
‘How far-right conspiracy theories seduced the left’
Anti-vaccine demo
Instant Opinion

‘How far-right conspiracy theories seduced the left’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
22 Sep 2021
‘Why is there a shortage of CO2? Well, it’s got naff all to do with Brexit’
Piglets
Instant Opinion

‘Why is there a shortage of CO2? Well, it’s got naff all to do with Brexit’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
21 Sep 2021
‘Ignore Twitter and it becomes Angela Rayner in a broom cupboard’
Nadine Dorries
Instant Opinion

‘Ignore Twitter and it becomes Angela Rayner in a broom cupboard’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
20 Sep 2021
‘Boris Johnson’s Conservatives will not be chaos-proof for ever’
Boris Johnson departs No. 10 Downing Street
Instant Opinion

‘Boris Johnson’s Conservatives will not be chaos-proof for ever’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
17 Sep 2021
‘Shamima Begum is Britain’s problem’
Shamima Begum
Instant Opinion

‘Shamima Begum is Britain’s problem’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
16 Sep 2021
‘With Andrew Neil gone, GB News is no longer a serious enterprise’
Andrew Neil
Instant Opinion

‘With Andrew Neil gone, GB News is no longer a serious enterprise’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
15 Sep 2021
‘Amid a global pandemic, the Met Gala seemed more irrelevant than ever’
Kim Kardashian at the 2021 Met Gala
Instant Opinion

‘Amid a global pandemic, the Met Gala seemed more irrelevant than ever’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
14 Sep 2021
‘Emma Raducanu’s vigour and aggression may have shaken some preconceptions’
Emma Raducanu
Instant Opinion

‘Emma Raducanu’s vigour and aggression may have shaken some preconceptions’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
13 Sep 2021
‘In the war on terror, the terrorists won’
A Taliban fighter walks through central Kabul
Instant Opinion

‘In the war on terror, the terrorists won’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
10 Sep 2021
‘Prince Charles will only prosper beneath a crown if he scores fewer own goals’
Prince Charles
Instant Opinion

‘Prince Charles will only prosper beneath a crown if he scores fewer own goals’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
9 Sep 2021
‘Forcing women to be mothers is no good for their children’
Abortion protesters
Instant Opinion

‘Forcing women to be mothers is no good for their children’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
8 Sep 2021
‘Booster jabs are like handing out extra lifejackets to people who already have lifejackets’
Vaccination
Instant Opinion

‘Booster jabs are like handing out extra lifejackets to people who already have lifejackets’

Your digest of analysis and commentary from the British and international press
7 Sep 2021
‘The fight against far-right extremism doesn’t start with classics written in a past society’
Jane Austen books
Instant Opinion

‘The fight against far-right extremism doesn’t start with classics written in a past society’

Your digest of analysis and commentary from the British and international press
6 Sep 2021
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