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2017 election


Corbyn vs. May: Using Maths to Find the More Eloquent Speaker

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are, as of now, the two towering figures that seem to dominate politics in the United Kingdom. May and Corbyn – the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition respectively – have, in their careers, endeavored to master the art of speeches, political campaigning, and persuasive language. This art, however, is not by any necessity unscientific. The truth, in fact, is the opposite. A politician can completely alter the manner


Take a Look at How the French Elections Are Going One Week Before the First Round

It’s almost here: on Apr. 22, the first round of the French presidential elections will take place. Even if polls are saying that Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will be the ones to reach the second round, it’s for the moment hard for the french population to know who will be the winner because of the multitude of different parties fighting against each other. Take a brief look on all the eleven candidates battling to


You’re Probably Following @POTUS And Not Even Know It

Today after the inauguration, Donald Trump was given the Twitter handle, @POTUS, as he is now officially the President of the United States. The former account with the handle, run by Obama’s administration, adopted the handle @POTUS44, keeping all the tweets separate. This account began with 0 followers and 0 tweets, being a completely new Twitter account. I, like many others, unfollowed both the @POTUS and @FLOTUS Twitter accounts this morning before the inauguration, preparing

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