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The Labour MP for Slough on integration, standing out, and his reservations about Europe.
Remainers argue that under international law, MPs must vote on whether to end the UK's single market membership.
Cohesive local relationships have been replaced by envy.
Family and hard work are central to a story of pride and dignity once familiar to the Labour movement.
The Brexiteers attacking Philip Hammond should remember that the Conservatives don't have a parliamentary majority.
We welcome debate about our manifesto, but critics should look at the whole programme.
In these days of identity politics, the ideology remains refreshingly bracing in its view of the world.
Predictions of a backlash are wrong.
Employers know what you are worth with far more accuracy than you do.
Anti-fracking protestors at Preston New Road in Lancashire have undertaken a month of "Rolling Resistance" events. But does building a national movement risk estranging those closer to home?