For all that books and films laud Britain's strength, ultimately, they show that our power is interdependent.
I will not let any Blairite tell me who a member of the Labour Party should be.
As the roots of Isis grow deeper, support for the group is increasing.
Murmur murmur murmur, they go. Whisper whisper whisper. They are just five feet from me. I have to act.
Shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher backs "Agent of Change" principle to protect venues against developers.
With their parties dividided, David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn have an interest in the third runway saga continuing.
The Prime Minister has praised the man who was caught on video telling the Leytonstone attacker "You ain't no Muslim, bruv".
Reports suggest the man claimed the attack was in response to British intervention in Syria, while Londoners respond with the hashtag #youaintamuslimbruv.
Ultimately this is a question about the world in which we want to live.
The concept of women deciding when, whether and how to have children, is still a threat to the status quo.
The controversial criminal courts charge, which punishes the poor, is being reversed.
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