The cyclist, though, was enraged. “THAT’S CLEVER, ISN’T IT?” she yelled. “WALKING IN THE ROAD!”
New plans from the Home Secretary aim to introduce a "British values" test for foreigners seeking to work, study and attend business meetings in the UK.
The new measure encourages the perception that the party is for some, not for all.
What is the point of citizenship?
The co-founder of openDemocracy argues that "this is a constitutional moment" - on the 800th birthday of Magna Carta, there is appetite across the political spectrum for a new consitution and democratic settlement. Labour's leader should not be afraid of offering one.
The Lib Dems are polling more strongly than public polls suggest. They could hold onto as many as 35 seats in May.
Young people are still frustrated – but the genre's revival shows a universal urban discontent.
A damning report by the House of Lords condemns the UK's failure to take the Russian threat and Ukraine crisis seriously.
The former Labour Business Secretary is to warn Labour about their imminent higher education pledge.
The fragmentation of the UK party system is reawakening divisions on electoral reform.
The latest party donation figures show the Labour party's biggest donation, aside from the unions, is in staff secondments from the huge accountancy firm slammed by the Public Accounts Committee.
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