Brexit, Euroscepticism and the future of the United Kingdom.
The welfare minister's remarks about people not being "worth" the minimum wage is a small example of this government's persistently appalling attitude towards the disabled.
In the past, governments have used the creation of new criminal law as a political football to score cheap points in the eyes of the public and press. But in the case of revenge porn, fresh legislation is sorely needed.
Why politics in general would benefit from riding the new wave of feminism.
Two-thirds of our political parties in Westminster could be led by women in the near future.
The Tory MP and former cabinet secretary Owen Paterson voices his highly sceptical views on climate change and energy.
The former PM’s promises could cause trouble for Labour.
Shadow justice secretary tasked with preventing loss of voters to left-wing rival.
Sense and instability: Andrew Adonis on a new report scrutinising the policies of successive administrations on skills and employment.
The Conservative MP and former Dfid minister launches one of the most outspoken attacks on Israel from a senior British politician.
Offering sky-high “affordable” rents instead of building more social housing is absurd. For the younger generations locked out of buying, the consequences are catastrophic.
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