MOSCOW (Reuters) – Opinion polls show Vladimir Putin is already a shoo-in to win a fourth presidential term. But a ban on Russia taking part in the Winter Olympics is likely to make support for him even stronger, by uniting voters around his message: The world is against us.
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Theresa May struggles to agree a deal with Northern Irish unionists
There will be a rightwing backlash against Labour’s strategy for reviving the economy, but it is clearly the right approach
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Even a Conservative cabinet minister such as Sajid Javid has broken ranks to demand £50bn of borrowing to solve the housing crisis
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Even hiring a car becomes needlessly complex outside the customs union