Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
It is possible for the party to be tolerant and fair whilst addressing people’s concerns on freedom of movement.
If the EU begins on a path of reform, and withdrawal looks unattractive, Britain could pull back.
Resistance is growing in low-wage and precarious sectors.
The German Chancellor defends her refugee policy after being accused of allowing terrorism "to thrive".
The Prime Minister needs to stop treating those already living and working here as bargaining chips.
The government has little evidence that the move would have any impact on integration.
The Prime Minister's small majority, "pro-worker" stance and Brexit are all reasons not to act.
My week, from First Minister's questions to battling Ruth Davidson – and getting ready for our wedding.
The singer on Donald Trump, grass-roots rebellion and why Jeremy Corbyn can't win.
Last night's by-election results show the party can triumph by building anti-Tory coalitions.
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