In this week’s Burst Your Bubble column, Jason Wilson looks into conservative thinking on Stephen Miller’s clash with Jim Acosta
When Trump’s aide Stephen Miller rounded on CNN’s Jim Acosta in a press conference yesterday, the “alt-right” and the nationalist wing of conservatism came alive.
Miller’s turn at the podium combined an announcement of White House support for the Raise bill – which will halve legal immigration – and open disrespect for “legacy media”. Miller managed to embody a kind of soft white nationalism; his performance was just the thing ardent nationalist Trump supporters had been clamoring for while the president got lost in the weeds of healthcare and tax reform.
Debbie Douglas tells the BBC, “I didn’t think I’d be so emotional” as Ian Paterson is given 20 years in jail.
His family said the All Creatures Great and Small star had a ‘tremendous life’.
Troy Hunt, the security expert behind Have I Been Pwned (HIBP), has released 306 million previously-pwned passwords in a bid to help individuals and companies ramp up their online security. The passwords have been mined from dozens of data breaches,…
Report reveals leaked transcripts of phone call between US and Mexican presidents, in which Trump begs Peña Nieto not to tell press he won’t pay for wall
Donald Trump dismissed the importance of a border wall, his signature campaign issue, in a phone conversation with the president of Mexico.
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Much-loved actor who enjoyed a long career on the stage and television.
The normalisation of the US president’s behaviour is worrying – but more terrifying is the normalisation of Republicans we once considered screwballs
It has become a truism of the Trump era that the political divisions that have polarised the US electorate have, on a micro-scale, torn families apart. Around Christmas and Thanksgiving, newspapers in the US abounded with advice columns on how to deal with the horror of Trump-voting relatives. We are all supposedly straining to burst our filter bubbles. Less remarked on is the power of Trump to bring families together.
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The Welsh television and film actor starred in Shelley, EastEnders and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.
One: “I won New Hampshire because New Hampshire is a drug-infested den.”
(Reuters) – Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp raised the lower end of its 2017 revenue forecast, easing concerns of tighter spending from its healthcare clients amid uncertainty surrounding the U.S. healthcare policy.