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Slovakia is on the front line of Putin’s war to destroy our values

The day before I arrived in Bratislava, Slovakia, to report on last year’s election, Vladimir Putin admitted his beloved Soviet Union made “a...

yesterday 10

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Ian Birrell

The way we treat overweight men is astonishing

I was six when I started my first diet. It was a modest effort, mainly because I had no control over what was given to me to eat for my breakfast,...

yesterday 4

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Lucy Mangan

The strangest reaction to my new job on the Today programme

It’s been quite a week. Three days ago it was “Today day” in my house. That’s not some weird new way of saying ta-dah to our 16 month-old. No,...

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Emma Barnett

We are entering a new age of assassination attempts

This is Dispatches with Patrick Cockburn, a subscriber-only newsletter from i. If you’d like to get this direct to your inbox, every single...

previous day 10

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Patrick Cockburn

Loose Women has exposed Sunak's new problem: Pensioners

Appearing on daytime television is a dangerous endeavour for any politician. Unlike with flagship current affairs shows, the questions tend to be...

previous day 10

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Katy Balls

Voters don’t care about Rishi Sunak being £120 million richer

This week, the Sunday Times published its Rich List for 2024 – and it’s good news for Rishi Sunak. He and his wife, Akshata Murty, have climbed...

friday 20

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Henry Hill

Kemi Badenoch’s Brexit gift to us? The horror of pavement dining

Despite agreeing with Kemi Badenoch about basically nothing, I have to give her a begrudgingly approving nod today. The Business Secretary is...

friday 20

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Rebecca Reid

I managed to hide my pregnancy from everyone but my cleaner

Everyone who pays a stranger to clean their home for them falls quickly into a pattern of “pre-cleaner cleaning”. Preparing the way for the...

friday 10

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Sara Pascoe

A pact with Nigel Farage would be electoral suicide for the Tories

Is it time to make plans for Nigel? What, if anything, the Conservatives should do about the Reform UK is being debated following Jacob...

friday 10

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Sebastian Payne

A campaign to stop women being celibate? Good luck with that

Speak to anyone who uses “the apps” and they will tell you it feels like a full-time job. Except, rather than receiving remuneration for the...

friday 20

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Kuba Shand-Baptiste

Labour’s long march back to power is picking up pace

Six pledges, and one stern leader in a slightly awkward combo of a boardroom-ready white shirt with a casual, sleeves-half-rolled-up vibe....

16.05.2024 10

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Anne Mcelvoy

Football isn't fair so stop bleating on about VAR

Congratulations to Fulham, who, barring an upset on the Premier League’s last day on Sunday, will finish on top of the table. And commiserations...

16.05.2024 30

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Simon Kelner

I'm a GP but even I couldn't predict the trauma I would go through giving birth

The day my eldest child arrived into this world was supposed to be the best day of my life. Instead, I almost died giving birth to him and almost...

16.05.2024 20

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Dr Punam Krishan

The surest sign yet that Keir Starmer knows he isn't trusted

The UK’s crises are deep, yet the solutions on offer are horrendously shallow. The Conservative Government is a pathetic basket-case of hate –...

16.05.2024 20

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Andrew Fisher

I’m 36 and sick of constantly being asked when I’ll freeze my eggs

Can you buy time? This is a question I have seriously considered since entering my mid-thirties as a woman who has had to audacity not to have...

16.05.2024 20

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Vicky Spratt

Inflation is down, pay is up and the good times are back – but ask yourself this question

This is Armchair Economics with Hamish McRae, a subscriber-only newsletter from i. If you’d like to get this direct to your inbox, every single...

16.05.2024 20

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Hamish Mcrae

Just when you think the Tories can get no worse, step forward Esther McVey

It’s not surprising that Esther McVey has nothing to do. She is, after all, the “minister for common sense” – a made up job with a made up...

15.05.2024 8

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Ian Dunt

Rishi Sunak has fallen for David Cameron – the rest of us should be more wary

The Prime Minister delivered a stirring speech on Sunday. The world, he warned, “is in one of the most dangerous periods we’ve ever known”. True...

15.05.2024 8

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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Reeves vs Rayner: a clash is bubbling under the surface

For an opposition scenting power, engaging with business mostly means hearing about things business is not keen on. For a centrist Labour leader,...

15.05.2024 20

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Anne Mcelvoy

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