The Prime Minister will soon need to translate generalities into specifics.
The longstanding MP for Oldham West and Royton has died after a short illness.
With an increasing number of Tories opposed, the PM was unsettled by Jeremy Corbyn's questioning.
Ask not for whom the sinkhole gapes: it gapes for thee.
The former health minister backed NHS charges and greater private sector involvement.
PM did not promise to avoid changes to the social chapter and the working time directive.
The private rented sector needs more and better regulation - soon.
The party’s anti-austerity, anti-establishment message has been superseded by the new Labour leader.
In England, lit fests thrive, as Auberon Waugh once put it, because writers hate writing and readers hate reading.
The turmoil created by Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership could help the Labour Party rediscover its purpose. But another source of renewal is practice – listening and learning from the doers.
Lee is perhaps the most intelligent comedian ever to tread British boards.
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