The MM news team is here with the first episode of the News Matters podcast. Consultant editor Andrew Greaves is
Following his positive Covid-19 test, US President Donald Trump was admitted to Walter Reed hospital and given a cocktail of
America is broken. Cut from its moorings, it sails aimlessly not quite sure where its going, what it wants to
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Contrary to his instincts, the political consensus in the USA, and most other developed western countries is that taxes on the rich should be raised, and methods of tax avoidance eliminated.
One million in camps and genocide via state sterilisation: What took so long for the horror of the China’s anti-terrorism campaign to be revealed?
Since 2017 the repression of Uighur and other Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang has taken a dark turn with experts estimating at least one million have been detained in concentration camps.
It is important to remember that 100 days is a lifetime in a political campaign, and in today’s political environment this especially rings true.
‘Physical capital, human capital and raw labour’: China will overtake the US as world’s largest economy, says Uni of Manchester academic
China will overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy over the next decade, says leading University of Manchester academic Dr Xiaobing Wang.
Coronavirus’ damage to the economy could be equally critical, but why has this virus been allowed to go viral? And how will the world change after this dastardly disease has finished its deadly domination? If we trace it back to its (disputed) source in the Huanan seafood markets in the Chinese city of Wuhan, there’s definitely something fishy going on here…
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating at home in Downing Street. Here MM take a look at how the virus is affecting other world leaders and their domestic politics…
The world has re-invented itself over and over since the miseries of the Middle Ages. While medieval families lived off bread and scraps of meat, we now enjoy dishes from all corners of the globe, delivered to our doorstep.