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Why Virginia holds the key to the 2022 US midterms: Politics Weekly Extra podcast

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This week Jonathan Freedland speaks to Jessica Taylor, of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter. The pair discuss what the off-year gubernatorial elections coming up in a few weeks might tell us about Democrat and...

Rice review – office politics brought sharply to life

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The Orange Tree theatre is creating a series of internationally focused plays with Actors Touring Company (ATC). Rice, their new co-production, fits the bill nicely. Written by the Asian-Australian playwright Michele ...

UK politics live: Tory ministers try to defend government’s Covid response after critical report

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Latest updates: Stephen Barclay says pandemic was unprecedented situation ministers were ‘learning about as we went through’

No 10 backs Kwasi Kwarteng in dispute with Treasury over help for businesses – politics live

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Boris Johnson’s spokesperson says he does not accept suggestions Treasury and Department for Business have fallen out

Boris Johnson says only 127 foreign HGV drivers have applied to come to UK so far – politics live

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Follow all the latest politics news as the Conservative party meets in Manchester for its conference

Cultivate curiosity, and really listen: how to persuade people whose politics you don’t agree with

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When Karin Tamerius first started arguing with her elderly uncle about rightwing memes he was posting on Facebook, she surprised herself. She found herself launching personal attacks, making him feel he was objectivel...

Dominic Raab and Angela Rayner clash over energy crisis and cost of living at deputy PMQs – UK politics live

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Live updates: deputy PM stands in for Boris Johnson to take questions in House of Commons

Starmer set for battle with Labour left as he unveils plan to change leadership election rules – politics live

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Starmer tells colleagues he wants to change rules for electing leader and deputy and to limit role of party conference in deciding detail of policy

UK gas supply robust and talk of three-day week ‘alarmist and misguided’, says business secretary – politics live

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Latest updates: Kwasi Kwarteng makes Commons statement after talks with energy companies and watchdog

Pandemic mutual aid has shown us an altogether different way of doing politics

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When Slung Low theatre in Leeds closed during the first lockdown in March last year, its five core staff decided to stay put. The publicly funded theatre had cash and a van, so the staff leafleted the theatre’s neighb...

UK politics: Starmer says Labour will not back plan to raise national insurance to fund social care – live

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Labour leader says increasing national insurance ‘hits low earners, young people and businesses’

Rise of populism down to failure of mainstream politics, says Ed Milband

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The rise of populism is “testimony to the failure of mainstream politics” and politicians need to understand the “pain” of voters, Ed Miliband has said. The shadow business secretary said it was important to give answ...

Australia politics live news: calls to stick to national plan for reopening; NSW works on back-to-school roadmap

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Scott Morrison challenging the states to stick to reopening as outlined in Doherty report as Gladys Berejiklian promises return-to-school plan by week’s end. Follow updates live

‘I could have had a midlife crisis’: Ed Balls on cooking and life after politics

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Ed Balls is unhappy about the mess. They say you can judge a cook by how he cleans and Britain’s one-time education minister, shadow chancellor of the exchequer and most popular Gangnam Style tribute act is surrounded...

Office politics: firms still grappling with home working puzzle

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As the pandemic struck wealthy economies in early 2020, workers (in white-collar jobs, at least) found themselves carrying out their duties from home. Now that vaccination programmes are continuing apace, more compani...

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