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.
Sources warn defeat is not unthinkable but the party's ground campaign believe they will hold on.
The French ambassador to the UK reflects on the Paris attacks, and how Britain's response helped make the aftermath more bearable.
“Rhodes is a metaphor for the fact that the university is not a fully inclusive space,” says Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh.
If you believe some reports, normal life will soon be impossible in Paris, London and other European cities. Spare a thought for Nigerians, Iraqis, Lebanese, Syrians, Yemenis, Pakistanis, Afghans and numerous others who live daily with the threat of bombings and shootings.
Corbyn's lunch, a Keith "Vazz" hunch and the New Left Book club.
Breaking up with a friend is hard to do – society should give more weight to the process.
The Labour leader warns military action will increase the threat to the UK. The PM argues it will reduce it.
In 2013, the European Union declared Wahhabism the main source of global terrorism. But it's not just a “Middle East problem”; it is our problem, too.
A former defence secretary has warned that Trident is vulnerable to cyber attacks. Is it?
The UK is now committed to another five years of excessive and ill-directed austerity.
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