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The Liberal Democrats and Ukip are offering Remainers and Leavers alternative homes.
The shadow foreign secretary skewered Theresa May's stand-in David Lidington.
An amendment calling on MPs to "respect" the referendum outcome is ammunition for the battles to come.
It is 20 years since the original radio series of Goodness Gracious Me aired. Over two decades, the UK media portrayal of Asians hasn’t used its success to evolve.
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To those people who tell me that they’re not interested in politics, I often say: “But politics is interested in you!”
Talking about being white American, or being religious, isn’t considered "identity politics". But that doesn't mean people don't identify with those traits.
New Conservatives have long feared they could be punished for Brexit.
In our quest for conservatism, we’ve forgotten the bold activism that gave us the rights we have today – now we need it more than ever.
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