The Chancellor must choose between softening or abandoning George Osborne's approach in his Autumn Statement.
David Tredinnick, the Conservative MP for Bosworth, is under fire after suggesting Astrology should be paid for on the NHS. But at least he's honest in his intentions
Forget surging. Mere survival may be beyond the Greens in Brighton.
Can Darren Hall take the Greens from obscurity to first place in Bristol? We visit a seat that is turning into a three-way marginal between the Liberals, Labour, and the Greens.
As the only refuge in Britain especially for Latin American women is under threat, it's time councils stopped treating women from ethnic minority backgrounds as a low priority.
Progressive alliances, no joint tickets, and ruling out working with Tories: the Greens clarify how they would work with Labour.
Fifteen years after Kid A, Max Harris looks back on a record that serves as a searing critique of the New Labour years
While studying at Oxford University, I woke up to find myself being sexually assaulted. That’s why I want an honest and open debate about women’s services, without being accused of rhetorical “violence”.
“Right, what – what we’re looking at, in terms of the figures here um – what we need to do is actually [silence] er… we’re looking at a total spend of 2. 7 [pause] billion…”
The ex-foreign secretary has also resigned as chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee.
In this article, first published in the New Statesman in 1936, Irish essayist Robert Lynd responds to an attack on the colour pink by G K Chesterton, saying “as a lover of pink I cannot let this pass without a protest”.
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