Boris Johnson Knows Exactly What He’s Doing - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/07/boris-johnson-minister-of-chaos/619010/
(Several of Johnson’s advisers agreed to be candid in exchange for anonymity.) In an early phone call with Joe Biden, an aide told me, Johnson said he disliked the phrase special relationship after the president used it. To Johnson it seemed needy and weak.
The rise, fall, and rise of the status pineapple - BBC Newsbbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-53432877
For a couple of centuries, the British were in an unlikely frenzy for the exotic fruit.
May ends her premiership as she started it: With the greatest lie of allpolitics.co.uk/blogs/2019/05/24/may-ends-her-premiership-as-she-started-it-with-the-greatest
Theresa May leaves Downing Street speaking of compromise and moderation - values she did noting to promote.
Against “sensible” politics | Prospect Magazineprospectmagazine.co.uk/politics/against-sensible-politics-independent-group-centrist-charlotte-riley
In spite of the fact most people think their own politics are "sensible," appeals to common sense are mostly about preserving the status quo—however broken it is
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Direct aid, subsidies, tax breaks – the hidden welfare budget we don’t debate | Politics | The Guardiantheguardian.com/politics/2015/jul/07/direct-aid-subsidies-tax-breaks-the-hidden-welfare-budget-we-dont-debate
Vast sums are handed out in corporate welfare, and official silence is skewing the debate, so the public don’t know where billions of their own taxes are going