Great speech but TOO much motherhood and policy pie Hillary?

  Cicero Executive Chairman Iain Anderson writes from the U.S: Let me be clear. If I was an American voter there is NO choice in this Presidential election. Trump is a dangerous demagogue and Hillary is indeed the most qualified person perhaps ever to become the 45th President. And while democracies across the globe have …

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Trumped – that’s what the commentariat are facing

  Cicero Executive Chairman Iain Anderson writes from the U.S: Rambling, dog whistle politics. Yes – I’ve just watched one of the longest presidential nominee speeches delivered since the late 1960s. So hard to listen to but impossible to ignore – Donald Trump last night delivered nothing radical or new in his Republican nominee acceptance …

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Labour leadership analysis: ‘Fight and fight and fight again’

  Scarborough, 1960, and a conference vote, against the leader’s wishes, has committed Labour to a policy of unilateral nuclear disarmament.  Defiant, the party leader, Hugh Gaitskell, declares that he will ‘fight and fight and fight again to save the party we love.’ Gaitskell’s biographer describes Labour’s deep division in 1960 thus, “It was a …

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