The shadow business secretary on his career prospects, working with the SNP and Ukip, and why he didn't punch a wall.
First thoughts on the week's news, from sheepish Etonians to my EU referendum prediction.
Britain: Leading, Not Leaving argues that Britain's leadership could help Europe became a safer place with a stronger economy.
After Karen died, her family told me she wasn’t really homeless, and she “liked a lot of boys”.
People often seek out nature because they want solitude. The truth is, I like people.
The Prime Minister would survive a confidence vote but the Brexiters could wreck his agenda.
The crisis that that has hit Italy and Turkey will come to the coast of Dover, sooner or later, and pro-European politicians should be particularly worried.
I’ve got to say something before the train doors open. But what?
The man David Cameron beat on why we should bet on a surprise candidate and what the PM needs to do after the referendum.
Mary saw her colleagues at the charity shop every day, but she didn't tell them she was sleeping on the 31 bus.
The Brexiters are resilient and have the support of some unlikely foreign allies. Can they really topple the political establishment and lead Britain out of the European Union?
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