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Fire and Fury
A hurried skim examining of Trump's rise to power
uk, media, ownership, independent, news, Cameron Ridgway, Kettle Mag
The obscurity of UK media ownership
Media editor Cameron Ridgway considers the wider implications of the purchase of a large stake in the Independent by a Saudi investor.
North Korea, United States, world, politics, William Sancroft, Kettle Mag
Trump's Korea threat
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the rhetoric from President Donald Trump in relations between North Korea and the United States.
The White House, world, United States, politics, William Sancroft, Kettle Mag
Donald Trump's personnel problems
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the revolving door at the White House and issues with personnel.
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Too little too late: why the government’s promise of extra funding to reduce the impact of austerity just doesn’t cut it
Becca McAuley explores the impact of austerity cuts on the education sector, and the reality of the extra funding allocated to help schools mitigate the impacts they've suffered over recent years
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What it means to be Portuguese
An insight into what it feels like to be Portuguese in the present day, something that isn't found in your typical travel guide.
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Disabled voters express accessibility issues found within polling stations
After voting in the June 8th general election, disabled voters have criticised the accessibility of their local polling stations
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The New European: Analysing the success of a pop-up paper one year on
Media Editor Cameron Ridgway considers the future of Archant's pop-up pro remain paper after its first birthday.
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The London Economic: an alternative news site?
Media editor Cameron Ridgway speaks to Jack Peat, founder and editor of The London Economic, about the site's ethos and its popularity during the recent general election.
Doha from above
Qatar: Deadlock in the Gulf
Following talks in Cairo on Wednesday, an embargo on the tiny Middle East peninsular of Qatar will continue, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister has announced, and further steps may follow.