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DC Diary: Take me back to the Potomac

DC Diary: Take me back to the Potomac

Creative Director Paul Nizinskyj was in Washington, DC between November 3 and 11. “Have you seen those naked pictures of Trump’s wife?” the bartender at Bobby Van’s hollers across the bar. “They’re amazing,” he adds, to raucous laughter. “He doesn’t need to build a wall, he could just blow them up and […]

by × November 13, 2016 ×

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This was yesterday. It's raining today. Photo by Florence Walker.

DC diary: After the Brexit uprising; it’s déjà-vu in Washington DC

I’ve been up at the Capitol Hill Hotel since precisely 7am, woken by the dirge of church bells, ringing out in a deathly quiet town which overwhelmingly (93%) sent three electoral votes for Hillary Clinton. For all the good it did. And it wasn’t the only irony. I’ve been in the tristate area since Thursday […]

by × November 9, 2016 ×

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DC Diary: Democrats feel the consequences of neglecting the common man

DC Diary: Democrats feel the consequences of neglecting the common man

Well this is all very familiar. I’m in a bar in Democrat Washington, DC at 10.30pm and everyone’s shitting themselves. It’s a similar mood to the East of England count I attended during the EU referendum vote once the North East started coming in. And don’t get them started about […]

by × November 9, 2016 ×

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DC Diary: Muh ‘mocracy!

DC Diary: Muh ‘mocracy!

Our Creative Director Paul Nizinskyj reports on the US Presidential Election from Washington, DC. The fate of the Great Republic hangs in the balance on Tuesday, if the President of the United States is to be believed. But you wouldn’t know looking around Chesapeake Beach, Maryland. In fact, despite being only […]

by × November 4, 2016 ×

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US Presidential Election: Bunga bunga or World War III?

US Presidential Election: Bunga bunga or World War III?

Our Creative Editor, Paul Nizinskyj, travels to Washington, DC next week for a front-row seat of the most important, and bizarre, election of the year. Almost 200 years ago, French liberal Alexis de Tocqueville made one of the most profound predictions in modern history, in his book Democracy in America. […]

by × October 24, 2016 ×