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Undecided voters ‘clear losers’ from chaotic 1st US presidential debate

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The old adage is that a week is a very long time in politics – this year’s US election is making a day in politics experience like an eternity. Because we went to push very last week, hot off revelations about Donald Trump’s tax returns, we witnessed the depressing spectacle of the to start with presidential debate in Cleveland. That party – an international shame for the US – was speedily overshadowed a several days afterwards by the information that the president and his wife, Melania, experienced equally analyzed constructive for coronavirus.



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The resulting chaos – a four-working day continue to be in hospital, many of Trump’s interior circle also testing positive and the still-sick Trump’s supposedly triumphal return to the White Household on Monday evening – capped yet one more unbelievable week in Trumpworld. Our planet affairs editor Julian Borger analyses Trump’s determined departure from hospital and Stephanie Kirchgaessner meticulously information the unfold of Covid-19 in the administration to get the job done out how we received from the Rose Yard reveal of Amy Coney Barrett to the intended leader of the absolutely free world becoming supplied a cocktail of experimental drug treatment plans.



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The 9 Oct 2020 edition of Guardian Weekly.

Last 12 months, the Guardian designed its inaugural local climate pledge: a journalistic and business enterprise commitment to covering the world wide climate crisis and performing our finest to contribute to it as small as attainable. Since then, the Guardian has revealed far more than 3,000 articles or blog posts on the environment – many of which you will have examine in the Guardian Weekly. You can read Guardian editor-in-main Katharine Viner’s 2020 weather pledge in this week’s difficulty. Right before that, Oliver Milman analyses the fledgling carbon capture market . Is this environmentally friendly “moonshot” the heal it promises to be?

Keir Starmer was elected chief of the British isles Labour bash in April and has rapidly proven himself as a major politician with an eye for detail. Starmer spoke to the Observer’s Andrew Rawnsley and Toby Helm about profitable again voters lost to the Tories in Labour’s common heartlands. Then, on the view webpages, John Harris appears to be like at people “red wall” seats – are Britain’s political courses misunderstanding them once again?

One of the toughest-hit industries from the pandemic has been air vacation. With borders shut and billions experiencing restriction on their actions, the airline industry realized in March that it was dealing with catastrophe. Will it endure the crisis? Samanth Subramanian has put in the previous handful of months talking to field insiders about the future – and getting what comes about to a fleet of planes that cannot go anyplace. (It’s not rather as easy as parking them up for 6 months … )

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