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John Rentoul

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John Rentoul is The Independent’s chief political commentator, having worked for the title since 1995. He is also visiting professor at King’s College, London, and a prominent tweeter. He is the author of a biography of Tony Blair, among other books. As well as writing widely on politics, he contributes a weekly top 10 and Mea Culpa, a column about questions of style and usage

Labour MPs would betray the country if they force a no-deal Brexit

I am not confident that rationality will prevail

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Top 10 facts that sound fake

Escalators, rats, Saddam Hussein and the Eiffel Tower: ‘that can’t possibly be true!’

Mea Culpa: when to keep our distance in headlines

Questions of style and usage in this week’s Independent

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