An X Factor star for Trump and an Irish Times alt-right 'glossary'

Last week, Rebecca Ferguson agreed to sing for Trump and the Irish Times published an offensive glossary. Where next for left-leaning entrepreneurs?

8th January, 2017
Rebecca Ferguson will sing at Donald Trump’s inauguration Picture: Getty

What’s the name of the industry game in 2017? Capitulation.

Nobody wants to openly admit it but in 2017, in almost every pocket of industry – from business through to politics and the arts – and in countries around the world, left-leaning entrepreneurs are trying to figure out how to adjust their positions now that Donald Trump runs the world, the far-right movement has become more powerful and all is changed, as Yeats would...

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