My week, including a Lib Dem membership rise, The Avalanches, and why I'm putting pressure on Theresa May over child refugees.
The disintegration of the European project.
Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham writes to Theresa May criticising absence of judicial authorisation for intercept warrants.
Party leader says he has "full confidence" in his aide ahead of NEC investigation.
Bad laws demand a different government. To flirt with illegality is to accept that the next election is lost already.
At 35, he is already one of the most significant figures in local government.
The government needs to connect with people based on their experience with immigrants, such as in the NHS.
“I’m a bold suffragette who can’t keep quiet.”
You can’t have a Wonderpass with a big lake of piss in the middle of it and half the lights not working.
What’s wrong with “questioning” or “curious”? Curious is fine.
Corbyn critics inclulding Tristram Hunt, Chris Leslie, John Woodcock and Mike Gapes elected as backbench committee chairs.
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