My week, including a Lib Dem membership rise, The Avalanches, and why I'm putting pressure on Theresa May over child refugees.
Radical devolution means new powers for cities, regions and local communities around the country.
Sweden’s prison population is shrinking, and they are actually closing facilities because they aren’t needed. What are they doing differently?
Over the coming months and years, this new politics will shake the British establishment to its foundations. It has many faces but a common origin: the growing consensus that the status quo is broken.
How the Communications Data Bill is intended to tackle Islamic State.
Central to the Prime Minister's plan to "toughen" his stance on immigration is to curb welfare to migrants. But "benefits tourism" is a myth.
By avoiding impossible demands on immigration, the PM put keeping Britain in the EU ahead of appeasing the Tory right.
The proposal to impose ten-year jail sentences on any woman who has an abortion in a non-NHS clinic in Northern Ireland would plunge women’s rights into the dark ages.
Buggin's turn principle.
David Cameron wants to delay benefits to EU migrants for four years, Labour for two years. What are they currently entitled to, when, and how much do they claim?
"Red van man".
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