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12 Jan 10:48am As the US shutdown enters its fourth week, the president is starting to look for a way out
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As long as the Democratic Party can stay out of the line of fire Trump can only lose
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12 Jan 9:44am Vaccines do not just protect against diseases. They do much more
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A recent US study found that the risk of getting hospitalised for other infections was halved among children who had a live versus a non-live vaccine
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12 Jan 9:34am What is Jeremy Hunt doing to secure Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's release?
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Please send your letters to letters@independent.co.uk
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12 Jan 9:29am One veteran Labour MP's view on Brexit gives a clue as to how the rest of the party will follow
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'The Labour manifesto in 2017 said we respected the outcome of the referendum,' said Jim Fitzpatrick. In which case, 'we need to recognise that the danger of no deal is still there and that the only real alternative on the table is the prime minister's deal'
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12 Jan 6:39am This award season, let's hope the speeches are full of joy, not politics
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The danger is that these over-wrought and emotional speeches we saw last year are beginning to lose their impact
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12 Jan 6:11am Abuse of Anna Soubry is proof of rising fascism propoganda in post-referendum Britain
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Whether we think of Trump's America or Brexit Britain, it has been noted that, given men have had considerably more power in society for centuries, moving into a position of equal power with women feels like a great loss to many men
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12 Jan 5:23am The Top 10: Promises to Leave the Country If a Vote Goes the Wrong Way
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People who have advertised their intention to emigrate if a democracy makes a decision with which they disagree
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12 Jan 5:20am The UK has the absolute right to stop the Article 50 process, so why aren't we doing it?
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As the Brexit clock ticks ever more loudly, the case for a People's Vote has grown stronger in at least four ways
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12 Jan 5:00am Trump's shutdown tactics should remind health experts they need new tools to thrive in the post-expert era
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The more global health experts use evidence to criticise his policies, the more they are framed as an out of touch elite
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