Clive Lewis, Lisa Nandy and Jonathan Reynolds show how factionalism is being transcended.
There are 13 immigration detention centres in Britain but only the name of Yarl’s Wood really resonates – it’s where nearly 400 stateless, powerless women – the majority of whom say they are previous victims of sexual violence – are held.
It’s almost as if we are yearning for politicians of greater and diverse experience who know something of life beyond Westminster.
Plus: an unexpected gnome.
The Chief Constable of Durham, Mike Barton, breaks the taboo on drugs.
Yesterday’s Provisional Local Government Settlement contained the worrying news that dedicated funding for council-run emergency support schemes will cease.
Why the government's anti-corruption plan is a missed opportunity.
Everything went a bit hazy after that. It had got a bit hazy before, to be perfectly honest, because I had drunk about six bottles of wine and several shot glasses of slivovitz.
The party reaches the nadir prophesied by Chris Huhne in 2010.
"If you go for a Chinese, what do you call it?"
The government's local authority cuts will inhibit growth in the regions, rather than building a "northern powerhouse".
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