Here’s a list of political news articles that have come to This Writer in the last 24 hours – but on which I either have nothing constructive to add, or have not had time to consider.

It’s really an aide-memoire for myself, a reminder to give these a second glance when I get the chance. But why deprive you of the chance to consider these pieces, and perhaps discuss them yourselves, in the meantime?

The list is as follows:

Odds Hillary Won Without Widespread Fraud: 1 in 77 Billion

This comedian sums up the final US presidential debate, and he absolutely nails it

Delivery giant Hermes faces HMRC inquiry into low pay allegations

Durham teaching assistants vote overwhelmingly to strike over pay cuts

Jeremy Corbyn to host Brexit summit for EU socialists

UK will get a tough time if May pursues hard Brexit – Hollande

Why are Brexiters trying to shut down debate? Because they’re scared

Labour councillor defects to the Tories and back again in 24 ‘stupid’ hours

Carey Mulligan to join protest calling for end to slaughter of Syria’s innocent children

The Tories’ £18bn Hinkley Point nuclear deal was already a catastrophe – now it’s just got far worse


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