Why is it that when people answer the question “What’s the worst thing anyone’s ever said to you?” in the Guardian questionnaire they never say, “You’ve been served”?
Victoria Derbyshire’s diary.
That these institutions attracted someone of Cox's calibre suggests they are in better health than many suggest.
Politicians don't deserve slavish adoration, and they don't deserve an "easy ride" from the press. But they also deserve an acknowledgement that they are avatars of ourselves, chosen by us to work for us.
The Labour MP and humanitarian I came to know was the type of person who would restore one's faith in politics.
The Labour leader praises the MP's "lifelong record of public service and a deep commitment to humanity".
Everything you need to know to make sense of the EU vote.
My modest proposal is to construct a set of your own Brexshit bingo cards.
The contrast in attitudes in these two places is between those who have benefited from globalisation and free movement and those who believe they have not.
Stephen Bush explores the options for a European trade deal if Britain left the EU.
The referendum debate has been long on polemic and short on facts.
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