Brexit, Euroscepticism and the future of the United Kingdom.
An anonymous arts organisation has been posting STRIKE! magazine's "counter-propaganda" across the capital. Now one of the posters seems to have been whitewashed.
Tim Loughton was upfront about his disruptive intentions - and duly rejected by Labour's vetting process.
Sadiq Khan has the policies, the integrity and the story to win City Hall for Labour, says Oona King.
Over 70 years, Colin O'Brien has recorded change and continuity in the lives of Londoners, creating a social record of breathtaking expanse.
Labour appears to be having one of its bouts of internal division. But talk of crisis - and words from Tony Blair - are misplaced.
The sale of RBS should be the subject of a public discussion, not rushed through by the Treasury, says John Healey.
A fairer tax system is a moral imperative; reform is an essential step in the path to a more equal society, and the left should be unapologetic about this.
If I could bring the New Statesman grinding to a halt with no fear of being rapidly replaced, you better believe I'd be paid over £50,000 too.
I remember all too well the repeated defeats of the 1980s. Let's not got back, warns David Hanson MP.
Will Self, the respected novelist and NS contributor, has backed Christian Wolmar's bid for the London mayoralty.
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