The Chancellor's comments are aimed at a domestic and European audience, and she won't be abandoning Anglo-German relationships just yet.
How do the voters of Derby North, which the Tories hold by 41 votes, respond to a Corbynite message?
The number who want Brexit stopped or radically softened is only 25 per cent.
To grow up in the Communist Party of Great Britain was to be on the side of the future . . . or so it seemed.
The leader's allies fear the parliamentary party will install Yvette Cooper without a contest and purge the left.
The Mayor of London says that the public know where he stands on Brexit but not where his party does.
Western apologists for the Soviet Union believed they were in the vanguard of history.
What's in a name?
The local election results show how Theresa May has elevated voting Tory into a patriotic duty.
Neither party can expect to make any gains at the general election.
The former Labour leadership contender has not ruled out a return to British politics.
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