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Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the queers of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other conundrums. Today our correspondent wonders if it’s homophobic to be turned off...Show More Summary
Jason Schneider The second Democratic presidential debate of the 2016 race had one clear winner—the moderator, John Dickerson. The longtime Slate political correspondent—who co-hosts the Political Gabfest podcast and recently took over...Show More Summary
Reporting from inside the spin room following Saturday’s Democratic presidential debate, CNN’s senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar minced no works in describing Hillary Clinton’s comments on 9/11 and her coming of age in the 1960's to two moments that “certainly didn’t go over well” with aides frantically working to “clean-up” after her.
Steve Kornacki, MSNBC political correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about John Kasich's history in the Republican Party and how the failures of George W....
SDLP leadership contest result to be announced later By Chris Page BBC News NI Political Correspondent 14 November 2015 From the section Northern Ireland Media captionBBC News NI looks at the five leaders of the SDLP to date, in their own words The result of the SDLP leadership contest will be announced at the party’s […]
Police cuts: David Cameron tried to save constituency stations By Nick Hopkins Investigations correspondent, BBC Newsnight 13 November 2015 From the section UK Politics Image copyright AP David Cameron privately lobbied to stop the closure of police stations in his constituency as the force tried to find £60m of savings, the BBC has learnt. The […]
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David Cameron row with Conservative leader of local council By Chris Mason Political correspondent, BBC News 11 November 2015 From the section UK Politics Image caption Oxfordshire has a Conservative run county council David Cameron is involved in a row with the Conservative leader of his local county council over cuts to services. The PM […]
‘Lamentable’ lack of BBC Wales TV programmes in English By Huw Thomas BBC Wales arts and media correspondent 10 November 2015 From the section Wales politics Image caption Crime drama Hinterland/Y Gwyll is made in English and Welsh for the BBC and S4C The lack of English language TV dramas or comedies for Welsh audiences […]
Steve Kornacki, MSNBC political correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about the newly announced lineup for the next Republican debate that excludes Lindsey...
‘Awkward squad’ MPs strike again Mark D’Arcy Parliamentary correspondent 6 November 2015 From the section UK Politics Image caption Wendy Morton watches Alistair Burt at the despatch box Another Friday, another Private Members Bill smothered by procedural means. Last week it was Julie Cooper’s bill to provide cheap hospital parking for carers; this week the […]
UKIP appeals to Queen over exclusion from Cenotaph service By Chris Mason Political correspondent, BBC News 6 November 2015 From the section UK Politics Image copyright AFP Image caption Only parties with more six MPs are represented at the Cenotaph service The UK Independence Party has written to The Queen to complain about being excluded […]
Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the queers of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other conundrums. Today, our correspondent wants to know if he should tell GrandmaShow More Summary
Internet surveillance: The Commons reacts to Theresa May’s proposals By Carole Walker Political correspondent, BBC News 4 November 2015 From the section UK Politics Image caption Theresa May want surveillance powers updated for the digital age Politicians on all sides of the House have been preparing for a fight over civil liberties and protection of […]
Vote against Trident ‘exposes rift’ in Unite union By Glenn Campbell Political correspondent, BBC Scotland 1 November 2015 From the section Scotland politics Image copyright Reuters Image caption Unite’s general secretary Len McCluskey...Show More Summary
Last Monday your humble correspondent pointed out what was apparently a lapse in the absurd Huffington Post policy initiated in July to only cover Donald Trump on its Entertainment, not Politics, page. However, the Huffington Post denied...Show More Summary
Kasie Hunt, MSNBC political correspondent, asks Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush how he plans to fulfill his promise to donors to improve his poll...
College lecturers consider industrial action over pay By Jamie McIvor BBC Scotland education correspondent 30 October 2015 From the section Scotland politics Image copyright Thinkstock College lecturers across Scotland are set to consider taking industrial action over pay. Their headline pay offer is worth 1% – but some want big rises to even out inequalities […]
Ruth Patterson: DUP’s return to executive ‘shocked me to the core’ By Stephen Walker BBC News NI Political Correspondent 29 October 2015 From the section N. Ireland Politics Image caption Belfast councillor Ruth Patterson said she is considering her future in the DUP A high-profile Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) councillor has said her party’s return […]