The Prime Minister's promise of "an end to free movement" is incompatible with single market membership.
It's not voters taking back control.
Drilling into shale rock is both dirty and economically questionable.
"People in politics are either plumbers, who get things done, or they are priests who give you pure ideology, and there is clearly an appetite for priests"
Diane Abbott is promoted, while Rosie Winterton is out as chief whip.
No woman should be kept in the dark about their pregnancy.
A census has become controversial.
Tory tat, more Balls, and how Theresa May keeps the Tories on their toes.
The Prime Minister knows that her capitalist opponents have nowhere else to go.
An ally of Nigel Farage, Woolfe is seen as a rising star.
If a movie is stripped down to its plot, the logic had better be watertight. This is transparently not the case here.
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