Not many Prime Ministers have to repeat themselves three times.
Schools are now required to collect data on their pupils’ places of birth – but the government still hasn’t explained what for.
At current processing rates, it could take 150 years for everyone to get permanent residence.
While the government wrestles with intractable problems, Labour seems irrelevant. Is there any hope for the party?
The week that was, from grammar school delusions and Labour floating voters to why republicans will love The Crown.
I have now slept alone more nights than with a woman by my side: this is a cause for crisis. The mouse is back, too.
The veteran campaigner said that the Aleppo bombing is a "modern-day Guernica".
From Last Tango in Paris to Basic Instinct, we are now discovering the unsavoury truth about sex scenes.
Traditional parenting terms are being rejected in favour of trendier versions, but it doesn't change the grunt-like nature of the work.
Meet the groups fighting back against the gendering of children’s toys over the festive season.
The furore around "fake" news shows no sign of abating. Can you spot what's real and what's not?
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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