Scotland and Northern Ireland, both taken out of the European Union despite voting to stay in, face uncertain futures.
Scottish Labour's leader also talked about her private life for the first time in an interview with Fabian Review.
There is a growing appetite in the local party - but both the diaspora and the national party fear the consequences.
Cornwall wants more powers, and some are looking to Scotland and Wales for inspiration.
And it won't change while we have a Conservative in City Hall.
The Tory mayoral candidate has been slammed by Labour for his loyal voting record.
Too many people - not least the British government - have an incentive for the truth to stay buried, says Kevin Meagher.
The pro-independence National newspaper has published an edition partly in Scots. Why?
The era of the London "donut" is over.
Now is the time for local government leaders to act on climate change.
The party's Northern Irish branch has rebelled against the leadership, raising the prospect of a split.
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