The rise of bullshit, from George Orwell to Donald Trump.
The latest set of so-called power lists for minorities don't reflect society.
Council leader and Labour local government leader Jim McMahon is the name most often mentioned.
Labour's plan is not about harking back to the past, but providing the best service for the future, says Jonathan Reynolds.
The Tories feel unthreatened by Labour and believe they can ride out any unpopularity.
I still have it, in a box in a cupboard at home – a six-inch garden gnome holding a tiny placard bearing my name.
In 1929, Frances Louise Josephy contested Winchester for the Liberals and finished third.
In future years, we will speak of Sinophiles and Sinophobes as we do now of Europhiles and Europhobes.
The Home Affairs select committee grilled the deputy Labour leader about his part in pursuing the Lord Brittan rape allegation.
Jon Cruddas, Chuka Umunna, Lisa Nandy, Tristram Hunt and Maurice Glasman are among those involved.
He noted that, after the Munich beer hall putsch, Hitler had been jailed for six months and “thereafter fad[ed] into oblivion”.
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