For all the tough mood music, Theresa May has left room for concessions.
The prime minister is committed to leaving the EU, stopping immigration, bringing back grammar schools, and other familiar policies.
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The Chancellor should rethink Universal Credit work allowances, says the shadow employment minister.
A snap contest would undermine the Prime Minister's trustworthiness and squander Brexit negotiating time.
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Hurtling towards the edge of an electoral cliff, Labour must go hard or go home.
Everything we know so far about the Chancellor’s plans for the benefits system.
Conservative MPs are hostile enough for there to be no guarantee of this divisive proposal's success.
Some research organisations are entirely reliant on EU funding.
We have helped just 0.002 per cent of Europe's unaccompanied children. The government's attempt to defend this record is mortifying.
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