Across the top of the screen floated a banner, pulled by a little aeroplane: IN ARSENE WE TRUST.
The government seems immobilised by its small majority. It doesn't bode well for Brexit.
A fake warning sign depicting an orthodox Jewish man found near a synagogue turned out to be part of an art project.
It will be very hard for employers to legally ban women from wearing hijabs at work. But the far-right are already celebrating.
Corbyn's hopeless response to the government's Budget U-turn proved that he's leader of the opposition in name only.
The European politicians who Britain needs to persuade equate EU withdrawal with Marine Le Pen and Donald Trump.
The Unionist side knows it doesn't want a referendum. But it lacks a stronger message.
The Commons voted against guaranteeing EU nationals' rights and ensuring a "meaningful vote" on the outcome of the negotiations.
The First Minister will seek permission for a vote to be held between next autumn or spring 2019.
The consequences of failing to reach an agreement will be economically and politically punitive.
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