The millennials and politics: are they getting into the swing of it?

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There’s a lot to take away from the most unexpected of election nights. Election campaigns and manifestos do matter after all. Conservative and Labour MPs are much better than pandas (at population growth in Scotland). Labour can win non-London seats south of the Watford gap. And voters don’t seem to appreciate leaders calling for yet … Continued

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Election 2017: What jobs do UK workers actually do?

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Politicians of all parties spend election campaigns fighting for the votes of what they call “ordinary” or “hardworking” people. And with record numbers of people in work in the UK, there are more of us that fit into that category than ever before. But what exactly do the UK’s workers do and what might be … Continued

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No more robot wars in London

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“The robots are coming to take our jobs”, the Evening Standard told Londoners in December 2016. In case that didn’t depress their readers enough, the article went on to spell out the coming doom: “The sheer pace of change in computational power and grinding efficiencies of automation will alter or eliminate many of our jobs, … Continued

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