How the Brexit vote has reopened deep wounds of empire and belonging, and challenged the future of the United Kingdom.
In 1906, Bolton elected its first Labour MP.
Successive attempts by Labour and the Tories to update the service have done more bad than good. It's time to put the NHS in intensive care.
Although I’d heard this debate rumbling on in the background since the 7/7 bombings, I never really considered what its impact might be on young and impressionable minds.
David Cameron's "final offer" will achieve what he wants, and kill off the televised debates. That's bad news for Ed Miliband and the voters - and the Prime Minister might just regret it.
Zero hours contracts are widely used in the care sector, where women make up the majority of the workforce.
The former PM confirms last year's New Statesman story by giving £1,000 to each of the party's 106 target seat candidates.
The Conservatives' obsession with subsidising ownership neglects the UK's nine million private renters.
The SNP lead are set to win more than 50 of Scotland’s 59 seats, including Charles Kennedy’s and possibly even Jim Murphy’s.
More than 500 pundits, mostly academics, have offered their election predictions. Their forecasts don’t quite add up.
Participating in a live webchat on the popular forum, Mumsnet, the leader of the Green party conceded that her favourite biscuits are macaroons, as she can't eat gluten.
Whether it's tweeting about his enemies, or using his children as advisers, Donald J Trump is not a conventional president. We need a strong media to hold the new US president - and other world leaders - to account.
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