Oh no he didn’t.
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Food might seem like an easy way to appeal to the masses. But when politicians wade into local food customs, they do so at their own risk.
Only 9% of people in the UK are privately educated, and yet they occupy an especially high share in positions of public influence.
Stunning: the new-look Royal Opera House at Covent Garden.
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The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden has spent £50m to rejuvenate its image and shake off its elitist tag.
Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The fourth is the Oxford-style debate series, this article argues that "the impact reflected by Trump is here to stay".
The ANC has had an exceptionally poor track record of governance.
The removal of Jacob Zuma from power is to be welcomed but, it's not the answer to South Africa's problems.
Which are you?
Margarine has long been mocked as a symbol of poor taste.
Solidarity in action.
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Rationality doesn't bring people together to make change happen – but powerful stories do.
Marine Le Pen at a political rally in Metz, France.
What does it mean to be French? The two standing presidential candidates hope voters will agree with their version of the answer.
What critics call the ‘elite media’ is actually journalism that serves the public interest.
Suddenly 'elite media' has become a term of abuse, but in truth this is a battle between real journalism and non-journalism.
The US's political system is unresponsive, arbitrary, and cannot match the complexity of people's everyday lives. The UK offers a preview of what might happen.
Is Scottish patronage dead? Wills and Kate on a recent visit to Crieff.
If we wanted a reminder of the class system that still overshadows the British Isles, the announcement by Prince William and his wife Kate of a second baby today fitted the bill perfectly. Call me churlish…