MediaGist

Multilingual Media Summarization and Sentiment Analysis

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Entity - Theresa May
220 mentions (126 found by coreference resolution)
Variants detected: 6
  • Theresa May: 94
  • May: 83
  • secretary: 22
  • Theresa: 14
  • leader: 5
  • candidate: 2
Mentions in articles: 74
Sentiment: -6
Mentions in comments: 146
Sentiment: -8
  • failure: 2
  • feared: 2
  • warned: 2
  • protest: 2
  • win: 2
  • dynamic: 1
  • calling for: 1
  • promote(too|obviously): 1
  • risk: 1
  • argued: 1
  • threat: 1
  • risk: 11
  • good: 3
  • win: 2
  • failure: 2
  • won: 2
  • success: 1
  • abandoned: 1
  • difficulties: 1
  • lost: 1
  • undermining: 1
  • idiot: 1
Crosslingual controversy in articles: Articles vs. comments controversy: Crosslingual controversy in comments:
3.6 1 3
The Guardian view on the Tories and Brexit: Debate? What debate?
Editorial: Like Labour, the Conservatives preferred not to debate the difficult practical issues at the heart of the Brexit process
Mentions in articles: 51 (positive: 4, neutral: 32, negative: 15) Mentions in comments: 73 (positive: 8, neutral: 39, negative: 26)
Rainer Weiss, Barry C Barish and Kip S Thorne win the 2017 Nobel prize in physics – as it happened
The trio have been honoured for their work on constructing Ligo and the detection of gravitational waves – follow the live reaction here
Mentions in articles: 0 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 3 (positive: 2, neutral: 1, negative: 0)
Forget tuition fees: cost of living is the key issue facing students
Tory and Labour grandstanding over fees to win votes does not help – we need maintenance grants back, writes student journalist Josh Salisbury
Mentions in articles: 14 (positive: 2, neutral: 11, negative: 1) Mentions in comments: 1 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 1)
Universal credit: why is it a problem and can the system be fixed?
The government says it is rolling out its new benefits scheme – but critics say it is seriously flawed and increases rent arrears
Mentions in articles: 6 (positive: 1, neutral: 3, negative: 2) Mentions in comments: 3 (positive: 0, neutral: 3, negative: 0)
The EU has tied its own hands. It cannot intervene in Catalonia
Brussels must adhere to its rulebook. It has no mechanism for secession disputes, such as that in Spain, writes Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède
Mentions in articles: 2 (positive: 0, neutral: 2, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 50 (positive: 8, neutral: 32, negative: 10)
Uber and TfL plan more talks after meeting fails to resolve London row
Ride-hailing firm says it is ‘determined to make things right’ in London as CEO Dara Khosrowshahi leads bid to regain licence
Mentions in articles: 1 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 1) Mentions in comments: 3 (positive: 1, neutral: 1, negative: 1)
The Guardian view on Monarch’s collapse: the market at work
Editorial: The chancellor wants voters to back the Tories as the party of free markets. But he can’t ensure that capitalism delivers for all
Mentions in articles: 0 (positive: 0, neutral: 0, negative: 0) Mentions in comments: 13 (positive: 1, neutral: 9, negative: 3)