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Five thoughts we have on the new Apple Card

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Five thoughts we have on the new Apple Card

Apple’s new credit card could mean saying goodbye to your wallet

Why extending stop and search isn’t going to solve knife crime

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Why extending stop and search isn’t going to solve knife crime

Kimberly McIntosh from race equality think tank Runnymede Trust argues increasing police powers isn’t the answer

Is there a link between soaring temperatures and social unrest?

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Is there a link between soaring temperatures and social unrest?

Increasing temperatures often mean increasing crime rates

How Prime Minister Boris Johnson could change Britain

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How Prime Minister Boris Johnson could change Britain

What will change now Boris is in No. 10?

What will you be stockpiling for Brexit?

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What will you be stockpiling for Brexit?

Now Boris set to be the new PM, it’s best to be prepared…

Who will be the next Conservative Party leader?
Is Help-to-Buy a property time bomb?

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Is Help-to-Buy a property time bomb?

Help-to-Buy has been a lifesaver for London’s first-time buyers. But is it the panacea we hoped for?

Could magic mushrooms cure mental health problems?

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Could magic mushrooms cure mental health problems?

Denver just became the first US city to legalise psilocybin – the psychoactive substance found in magic mushroom. We spoke to Dr Robin Carhart-Harris about how psychedelic drugs could hold the cure for all manner of mental health problems

We’ve just launched our first podcast series

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We’ve just launched our first podcast series

The Jackal Live is The Jackal’s new podcast – your bi-monthly audio update from the men and women improving life in the capital

Add to basket (of goods)

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Add to basket (of goods)

Sure, the ONS ‘basket of goods’ was designed to measure inflation, but it’s also a bellweather for the kind of neat stuff people want in their lives right now. Here are our suggestions for what to buy for each new entry on this year’s list

Why you need to check out the Walpole Brands of Tomorrow 2019

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Why you need to check out the Walpole Brands of Tomorrow 2019

If you’re looking for a cross-section of the coolest homegrown brands in Britain right now, look no further…

David Lammy on racism, Putin’s chess playing and why socialism’s here to stay

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David Lammy on racism, Putin’s chess playing and why socialism’s here to stay

Simon Usborne sat down with the Labour MP for Tottenham, who’s earning a reputation as one of Westminster’s most forthright and eloquent voices

How often do we brush with asteroid annihilation?

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How often do we brush with asteroid annihilation?

Almost 2000 ‘Potentially Hazardous Asteroids’ were discovered in the last year. What’s the risk one will hit the earth?

Who will the Democrats pick to take on Trump?

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Who will the Democrats pick to take on Trump?

The race to become the party’s presidential nominee is gathering pace. The Jackal’s Man in America, Jamie Malanowski, sorts the thoroughbreds from the old nags – and picks the favourites for high office

Theresa May has entered ‘The Dropzone’. Here’s what she can expect

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Theresa May has entered ‘The Dropzone’. Here’s what she can expect

As an advisor to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, Theo Bertram experienced first hand the Cabinet Room’s inner sanctum, and saw what it takes to keep – and lose – a Prime Minister

What does the Brett Kavanaugh farrago actually mean for the Supreme Court?

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What does the Brett Kavanaugh farrago actually mean for the Supreme Court?

Fortunately, the balance of power still lies elsewhere, says The Jackal’s man in America

Actually, Brett Kavanaugh won’t have the impact we think he will

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Actually, Brett Kavanaugh won’t have the impact we think he will

A new Supreme Court justice won’t make a supreme difference, argues our man in America

Lewis Hamilton: ‘I like proving people wrong’

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Lewis Hamilton: ‘I like proving people wrong’

The controversial F1 champion on how his need for speed is driven by his need to succeed

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