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Select List of Original Technical Politics Articles
‘Brexit Party Will Not Stand against Sitting Conservative MPs‘, 12 November 2019
‘High Impact Conventionals: A Realist Approach to Nuclear Disarmament‘, 9 October 2019
‘Indian Mine Reopens after Major River Inundation‘, 9 October 2019
‘Judicial Upstarts Taunt the Crown‘, 27 September 2019
‘Bercow to Resign but his Legacy to Remain‘, 9 September 2019