Brexit, Euroscepticism and the future of the United Kingdom.
The two-against-one dynamic harms the Tories while exposing Clegg's party to the charge of hypocrisy.
Homelessness charities will soon present evidence to the Supreme Court in a landmark case – a once-in-a-generation opportunity to challenge the way the law is used to turn people away to live on the streets.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger and Food Poverty have published a new report into food banks, and how best to feed impoverished Britain.
The story of the Lord Chancellor and the indeterminate sentence for the protection of the public.
After the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor criticised the BBC for making "hyperbolic" comparisons with George Orwell's 1937 exploration of poverty.
Labour’s amendments to the Infrastructure Bill would overhaul the existing framework and give us a regulatory regime that is fit for purpose.
The Labour party's attack on fee-paying schools is simplistic and harmful.
Coverage of our courts is being censored - because magistrates are too quick to impose unnecessary reporting restrictions. In the interests of open justice, this has to stop.
A new report into hunger, supported by Justin Welby, blames benefit payment delays for increased use of food banks.
Conservative and Lib Dem ministers are exacerbating the coalition rift emerging from the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
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