How the Brexit vote has reopened deep wounds of empire and belonging, and challenged the future of the United Kingdom.
Books by Alan Cochrane, David Torrance, Peter Geoghegan and Iain Macwhirter on the Scottish referendum prompt reflection on what happens next.
Politicians can't resist the pre-occupation of politics.
Another hung parliament and the ill-conceived Fixed Term Parliaments Act could compromise the country's constitution.
In new books, both Hain and Hutton recognise Labour as the only vehicle for reform – but what kind will emerge remains to be seen.
I've been called "brave" and even "heroic" for my resignation at the Daily Telegraph. But British journalism doesn't ask us to be heroes - we just have to behave honourably.
Plus, Alastair Campbell's acting career.
We want MPs to have experience, but the office is not a part-time job. The comments from Malcolm Rifkind and Jack Straw deserve no sympathy.
Glasgow's budget cuts are due to the austerity agenda of the Conservatives, not the Sturgeon administration, an SNP councillor says.
The socialist firebrand and RMT president is running for the Greens in Redcar. Why?
Whether the Conservatives or Labour enter power, Farage's party will have no shortage of political ground to exploit.
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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