The shadow equalities minister is standing down after her controversial article sparked accusations of racism.
This week might be remembered as the last time the Prime Minister had any real power at all.
I mean, seriously, what is the point?
Philip Hammond has few political friends, and his value to the cabinet's soft Brexiteers is limited.
The rise of populism in Britain and France is the result of a restless “crowd electorate”. Both countries' future stability depends on their changing relationship with the EU.
Courses would not be flooded with idiots any more than public libraries are besieged by illiterates.
There is an appetite for activism we haven’t seen for a generation.
Communities can't just carry on as normal.
Britain's contribution should be humanitarian aid.
Progressive politicians must empower grassroots movements – and accept some loss of power themselves.
It would have been a big ask even with the government's pre-election majority.