The Prime Minister's promise to avoid border controls could collide with the imperative of limiting EU immigration.
A free-market graduate "tax" could be the solution to the university funding problem.
The Chancellor is still confronted by the awkward truth that for most people there is no recovery at all.
Nonetheless, if the current proposals to include fan reps on club boards go through, it will be a significant breakthrough for the sport.
"Rotherham is worse than a calypso".
At a time when the Prime Minister is under intense pressure over Europe, the British government is facing a heavy surcharge.
The Unite head's comments suggest the shadow health secretary could win his support in a future leadership contest.
The Labour leader aims to position his party as the only one offering "credible" change.
The possibility of withdrawal is not one that should be regarded with equanimity. Outside the EU, the world’s single largest market, the UK would suffer high economic loss and would be cut adrift.
Tory turncoat Douglas Carswell has opted to sit in the Commons chamber on the front bench below the gangway populated by the socialist heckler tendency.
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