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  • Article / 10 August 2016 at 10:30 GMT

    Trump not fit to be US president

    Former managing editor, / Saxo Bank
    The latest outburst from Republican nominee Donald Trump exposes the Republican's "highly dangerous" nature. The highly controversial candidate has simply gone too far this time.
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    I heard one of Trump's closest advisors say that Trump honestly fears for USA if H is elected, bc Hillary has a lifelong track record of accomplishing...
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    ....the film documents her non-patriotism, and lack of accomlishments except for self gain---clearly she is unfit to be Pres, and currently the biggest danger America faces, according...
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    Trump may be an idiot , but then you display all the same the same type of fear mongering that he does. Hitler, really? Is that...
  • Editor’s Picks / 03 February 2016 at 0:01 GMT

    After Clinton's slender victory in Iowa, candidates must recalibrate

    Hours after the last voters walked out of Iowa’s caucuses, the focus of the reshaped 2016 US presidential race shifted to New Hampshire, where Hillary Clinton tried to put the best face on her slender victory over Bernie Sanders and the gaggle of Republican also-rans trained their sights on the three leaders of their race. After a shattering loss in Iowa eight years ago, Clinton arrived in New Hampshire on Tuesday declaring herself satisfied with Monday’s result, even if her advantage was only a fraction of a percentage point.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 September 2015 at 5:16 GMT

    Fair dinkum – what is it with Aussie politics?

    A party coup that toppled Tony Abbott from the Australian prime ministership has shed light on the machinations inside a political system that allows a country to have five leaders in as many years. Nyshka Chandran writes in a dramatic series of events, former communications minister Malcolm Turnbull defeated Tony Abbott by 10 votes in an internal Liberal Party ballot late on Monday. In Australia, the political party with the most seats in the House of Representatives forms the government, which means the ruling party can change leaders at its discretion.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 17 April 2015 at 12:31 GMT

    UK hopefuls must stop this 'good life' charade

    The Telegraph
    We've been down the electoral path before where politicians make all kinds of pledges hoping that this will persuade the voters to stick a big, fat X by their name, but some of the claims being made in the run up to the UK vote on May 7 are ridiculous, says Jeremy Warner. £8 billion for the NHS? Tick. 25 days free child care? Tick. Taxpayer-funded discounts to buy your home? Tick. Everything is there in the land of "milk and honey." Warner warns that this kind of cloud cuckoo land pledge-making can only cause havoc when realities come home and that the UK is setting itself up for the next financial crisis if it goes down this path.
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  • Article / 08 February 2015 at 22:15 GMT

    Economic plan will be a balancing act for Clinton if she runs again

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Hillary Clinton is well in front of the potential Democratic field for 2016 and if she runs there are some key issues she needs to tackle that are concerning America. The US has the deepest level of income inequality since 1928 and hourly wage growth as a rolling 12-month average is below a five-year average. Clinton will want to tackle this issue, however, it is but a short step to openly attacking wealth creation.
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  • Article / 02 October 2014 at 10:32 GMT

    Ruthless Xi plays for time on protests: Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Team / Saxo Bank
    Xi Jinping is China's most ruthless leader since Mao Zedong, yet, while he'll view the protests in Hong Kong with distaste, he faces an unpleasant Catch-22. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard fears that if the protests burgeon, China may enter isolationist mode and miss its chance to make the right kind of economic choices to allow it to flourish.
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