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Why stop at paying back the reno? Here are a few more bills for the Sussexes

Harry and Meghan are paying back taxpayers for the renovation of Frogmore cottage – but should it stop there?

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Vale Roger Scruton, the greatest (most overrated) conservative thinker of our time

Guy Rundle remembers the man Boris Johnson described as "the greatest modern conservative thinker".

Jeremy Corbyn was doomed from the start

A bungled handling of Brexit, public perception, and entrenched Labour factions made Corbyn's job almost impossible.

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Is this the end of UK Labour as we know it?

The idea that UK Labour are out for a generation is not a given, writes Guy Rundle. Still, there's no denying things are bad...

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It's beginning to look a lot like Boris

If the UK election exit polls are correct, Boris Johnson will get the biggest Tory win since Margaret Thatcher in 1987.

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What will Morrison's bushfire moment be?

If a city blanketed in smoke can't shift Scott Morrison's climate denialism, what will? Perhaps trade sanctions against Australia.

Cheap stunts, double bluffs and memes consume UK election's final days

A boy on a hospital floor, doctored videos, and Boris Johnson bailing on an interview — is it all strategy, or is Britain's election descending into mayhem?

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UK Labour lags, but it has a secret weapon: everyone hates the Tories now

Ere we go, ere we go, ere we go! Time for an irremediably hung House of Commons and another brain-melt election in six months. Oi!

Sun sets on the British empire, but its racist legacy remains

Years of racist scapegoating came to a head in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum, with a spike in racist harassment and abuse against ‘outsiders’ of all descriptions.

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Why is Poland's government trying to sue an Australian academic?

Wojciech Sadurski, an outspoken critic of Poland's conservative ruling party, is facing legal threats from both the government and the state-run broadcaster.