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Should the Politics subcategory be its own entity?

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AB Editor | 17:03 Wed 16th Feb 2022 | Politics
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no. As I said on the other thread it's pointless trying to sort out "politics" from "news". There may be news that isn't politics; there won't be politics that isn't news. Who knows where Brexit would have to go?
I think it might be very useful. News has been getting too bogged down of late.
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I don't see how it can be done. Politics really enters into most news in the blame culture we live in.
Prince Andrew/Footballers kicking cats/Post Office Scandal/ Natural disasters - all News and not necessarily Political.
Jno, we often have politics that isn’t ‘news’ posted in ‘news’. Your Brexit example … for example. ‘Brexit wins the referendum’ was news. ‘Will the Uk ever rejoin the EU?’ isn’t.
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Have you reported all 10 today Tors, as they seem to all gone bar one.
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As previously stated I don’t agree with subcategories full stop.
I’d have a sort of “news but not actually news” category to replace Politics and Current affairs
Don’t forget jno this is supposed to be a site where people ask questions and get answers.
What if someone has a question about politics that’s not necessarily anything to do with the news.
Or something along those lines.
see what I mean? no wonder news has lost all credibility as a category.
naomi, Brexit remains a political story: I can't sort out the mysteries of the Irish Sea, politicians must.
No, I don't see what you mean - where are the 10 threads you mentioned?

If they have gone then it's being monitored.
sorry, that posted early: but it also remains a news story.
It’s not difficult, Jno. If it’s news post it in news. If it isn’t , don’t.
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I concur with jno’s first post

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