“So if you don’t like it so much,” he says, “why don’t you leave?” And his tone suggests that there is a good train leaving from St Pancras in half an hour.
The week in the media, including Cambridge entrance exams, the Brexit tourism boom, and why Owen Smith is a no-hoper.
I was walking across the bridge in Matlock park, which is about 12 feet high, with a large group of other kids from my year, in the pouring rain.
The former Ukip leader has appeared at a Donald Trump rally. It went exactly as you would expect.
We should measure different types of migration separately and set targets that reflect their true impact.
My week, from performing at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Brexit satire boom and the return of the Pink Bus.
The leader's supporters have confused party with movement and party with public.
The Labour leadership challenger is struggling to win over a left suspicious of his past.
The country's borrowing level (9.5 per cent) is now double that of the UK.
It is well known that Stendhal compared politics in a novel to a gunshot in the middle of a concert – this novel of modern British politcs is more like a mirror being shot at.
The Ofsted chief has resigned after calling the Isle of Wight a “poor, white ghetto”, which suffers from “inbreeding”. The Islanders’ response reveals anger at years of neglect by the London elite.
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