The Labour MP for Tottenham said Britain could "stop this madness through a vote in Parliament".
David Cameron's deal leaves the Europe we hold dear intact.
Bernie Sanders' policies and career bear little resemblance to the Labour leader's. So why are the Corbynites so keen to support him?
Jeremy Corbyn's movement can beat the Tories - if it turns up.
One Labour frontbencher had predicted the result five years ago - but by accident.
For our political institutions to be truly representative, their make-up must bear at least a minimal resemblance to society.
The result of the forthcoming Holyrood election may not cause a great shock but there is plenty to play for and the future of the country is at stake.
Thanks to the internet, it is possible to see what books people who gave Donald Trump’s manifesto Crippled America a five-star rating also enjoyed.
If we don't ask the right questions, how will we get the right answers?
Lord Parkinson will be largely remembered for his affair. But his organisational contribution to the Conservative Party is his biggest legacy.
Labour is still a world away from understanding what happened to it in England or Scotland, warns John Denham.
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