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Is Donald Trump going to be impeached?

Dr Rebecca Richards Lecturer in International Relations – SPIRE With bombshell news coming out of Washington DC in what seems like 5 minute increments this past week, it is understandable that the ‘i’ word – impeachment – has been brought … Continue reading

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#spicerfacts: how the White House’s relationship with the press will play out

​Jon Herbert Senior Lecturer in Politics Journalists would have anticipated the first press conference of the Trump presidency with some trepidation. Not only had his briefing at Trump Tower as president-elect been something of a shambles as Trump excoriated some … Continue reading

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Political Development Comes To…America?

Dr. Rebecca Richards Lecturer in International Relations This week, I, like much of the rest of the world, have been forced to grapple with a sense of shock as I watch the post-election events shaking America. One the one hand, … Continue reading

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Hair apparent? The Republicans in New Hampshire

Dr Jon Parker – @Dr_Jon_Parker Senior Lecturer in Politics – SPIRE The New Hampshire Primary results are in! It’s important to put New Hampshire in context, first.  This is the first primary (Iowa is a caucus) in the season.  See … Continue reading

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