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Why a GNU Might be the Answer

With its ox-like head, the mane of a horse and buffalo horns, the gnu is an animal which looks like a combination of many others. GNU is also the acronym for a government of national unity, a combination of different political parties, which is what the UK most needs at present and might just end up with....
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The Deciding Votes from Ulster

The election in Northern Ireland was as dramatic as elsewhere in the UK, with five of the 18 seats changing hands and Sinn Féin and the DUP taking 17 of them (and the sole other survivor, Independent MP Lady Sylvia Hermon, fighting off the DUP by only a slim margin)....
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A House Divided Against Itself

A bad result for the Tories and a remarkably good one for Labour means the UK seems set for a minority government. As a consequence Brexit negotiations are going to be even more complicated than expected. ...
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UK Election is Incendiary for its EU Relations

Making political predictions for Britain has become a perilous venture, as many polling organisations have discovered at great cost to their credibility. This week's general election result looks like no exception, although most polls - and, perhaps more importantly, the political betting community - expect the Conservatives to be returned once again as the largest party in the House of Commons and to form the next government....
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The Irish Side of the British Election

When Theresa May unexpectedly called a general election on 18 April, the end of the story looked clear – a massive Conservative lead in opinion polls was likely to translate into a massive parliamentary majority, which she could then use for good or ill....
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