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The new cold war

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The new cold war

The first Cold War was underpinned by a degree of level headedness. This time we’re not sure so sure

Calling all men: how are you?

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Calling all men: how are you?

Journalist and activist Martin Daubney is tackling today’s masculinity crisis head on. And he needs your help

A thousand words: peace, love and poplin

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A thousand words: peace, love and poplin

You think breakfast in bed is a luxury? How about protesting from it…

Life is busy, so make time for your man dates

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Life is busy, so make time for your man dates

Mr Porter’s US Editor explains why bromances really do matter

The Brexit Bucket

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The Brexit Bucket

An illustration by award-winning political cartoonist Ben Jennings, created exclusively for The Jackal

The election that Britain lost

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The election that Britain lost

It doesn’t matter who wins this election, no one should be celebrating victory

How Corbyn has narrowed the gap, according to the world’s foremost etiquette expert

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How Corbyn has narrowed the gap, according to the world’s foremost etiquette expert

Body language, tone of voice, sense of humour, ability to build trust – these are the things that matter in an election campaign, says Debrett’s Academy Director

Despite itself, Labour deserves a second look

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Despite itself, Labour deserves a second look

The Tories called this pointless election, and the Tories have made a mess of it. That alone is reason enough to consider the options – but there’s more to it than that

Yes, my generation is disengaged. But honestly, can you blame us?

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Yes, my generation is disengaged. But honestly, can you blame us?

Apathetic? No. Disillusioned? Yes. With the most uninspiring class of politicians in living memory to choose from, it’s no surprise 18-25 year olds are turning away from the ballot box

Please, let’s not be seduced by glitterball manifestos

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Please, let’s not be seduced by glitterball manifestos

No matter how you cut it, election policies never pass muster in the cold light of government. Why should this year be any different?

Britain’s Brexit voters – this election is down to you

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Britain’s Brexit voters – this election is down to you

The result of next week’s ballot will boil down to which way the new breed of engaged voters swings

And with a wink, Jeremy Corbyn won the general election

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And with a wink, Jeremy Corbyn won the general election

If a week from now the Labour Party is celebrating victory in the general election, it won’t be because of its policies

In praise of policy – even the dementia tax

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In praise of policy – even the dementia tax

If we can’t discuss policy like grown-ups, we can’t expect to see grown up policy

Drawn and quartered, Britain’s political cartoonists

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Drawn and quartered, Britain’s political cartoonists

Meet Britain’s political cartoonists sharpening their pencils ready to lampoon the world’s most powerful, pompous and downright daft leaders

You might get an election landslide Mrs May, but you won’t get a Brexit whitewash

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You might get an election landslide Mrs May, but you won’t get a Brexit whitewash

She might pull-off a short-term coup, but Theresa May will still have to take-on Europe, says the FT’s Henry Foy

I’m sorry, but your story is only as good as the way you tell it

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I’m sorry, but your story is only as good as the way you tell it

Yes, subject matter is important, but so is the way it’s delivered

Forget a Brexit election, pickled or fried. We need a vote on real life

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Forget a Brexit election, pickled or fried. We need a vote on real life

The public deserves policies that address the problems of their daily lives, not more Brexit-themed posturing

If it’s ok with you, I’ll flush the toilet myself

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If it’s ok with you, I’ll flush the toilet myself

An automated future looks dizzying. But visions of a wonder-clad world where everything is done for us mustn’t disguise our fundamental need to be productive