He is the link between the embattled Donald Trump and America's new nationalist tendency. What happens if that link is broken?
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Whoever wins in Britain, Berlin will seal our deal. Regime change there will spell trouble
Martha Gill / May 15, 2017
Remains of the day
Helen Pidd / May 15, 2017
Away from the biggest cities, the north can no longer be relied on to deliver landslide Labour victories—or even narrow ones
Over the centuries, one party has adapted to survive like no other. But on the cusp, potentially, of its greatest modern triumph, is that all-important flexibility still there?
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