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It's time to fire Donald Trump

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  Editor’s picks   February 25th 2016  
 
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We have two covers this week. One features Donald Trump, who is dangerously close to winning the Republican nomination for the presidency. Mr Trump is unfit to lead one of the world’s great political parties, let alone America. Republicans should tell him “You’re fired” and rally behind Marco Rubio, the candidate with the best chance of beating him

In Britain and Europe, our cover considers the dangers of Brexit. Leaving the European Union would hurt Britain, weakening its economy and imperilling its security in return for a largely illusory gain in sovereignty. It would also deal a terrible blow to the West

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Why Apple is right
Forcing Apple to create a “skeleton key” to unlock its smartphones risks setting a dangerous precedent that would weaken security, not enhance it
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Forcing Apple to create a “skeleton key” to unlock its smartphones risks setting a dangerous precedent that would weaken security, not enhance it
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China’s political football
What explains Chinese football clubs’ recent splurge on foreign players? It’s all part of China’s plan to use the game to achieve patriotic goals
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The curious case of the circumflex
Johnson, our language columnist, explains why a few minor changes to French spelling have caused uproar
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Johnson, our language columnist, explains why a few minor changes to French spelling have caused uproar
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Meat makers
They’re racing to make artificial meat that tastes like the real thing. Could it be a better way to feed the planet? Watch the third film in our “Future Works” series, which looks at the people doing tomorrow’s jobs today
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They’re racing to make artificial meat that tastes like the real thing. Could it be a better way to feed the planet? Watch the third film in our “Future Works” series, which looks at the people doing tomorrow’s jobs today
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Politics this week
Iran was due to hold a parliamentary election on February 26th. Thousands of moderate candidates have been excluded, but hardliners could still take a beating if voters want to show their appreciation of the nuclear deal that has led to many sanctions being lifted
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Business this week
China’s government ousted Xiao Gang as head of the securities regulatory commission for failing to prevent the bubble, or manage the bust, in the country’s stockmarkets, which fell sharply again this week. His replacement is Liu Shiyu, the chairman of Agricultural Bank of China and a former deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China
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