For all the tough mood music, Theresa May has left room for concessions.
The prize? A year’s salary on the minimum wage.
I suppose that, as midlife crises go, what I did was better than buying a motorbike.
By repudiating her predecessor's opposition to academic selection, the Prime Minister has shown Tory MPs that she is one of them.
Fake political news is on the rise – and reveals the power that social media has over our choices.
After the Brexit vote, the shape of the UK and its constituent nations remains uncertain.
The Prime Minister will have to squeeze immigration from within the EU and outside of it to achieve her ambition.
The Labour leader will not support continued UK membership without significant reforms.
The shadow business secretary is the first candidate to seek the post following the Labour MP's resignation.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury considers the complicated “traitor” revealed in Amos Oz’s new novel, Judas.
Not one speaker opposed the move at tonight's Parliamentary Labour Party meeting.
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