The support of the perennial candidate for President will boost Macron's morale but won't transform his electoral standing.
MPs held an emergency debate amid reports of massacres.
Humanitarian action is different from a march to war, says Green co-leader Caroline Lucas.
A device of dictators and demagogues.
See you in the underground bunker in 2017.
The shadow Brexit minister said parties playing up the bitter divides "don't deserve to govern".
The EU referendum fallout has only served to remind us of the status quo. "Taking back control" is meaningless unless we also reshape our democracy.
An interim deal would provide Ukip with an easy target at a 2020 general election.
Eastern Aleppo being recaptured by the brutal regime of Bashar al-Assad is not “liberation”. The left must not pretend it is.
And heckling Jeremy Corbyn does not make you a Blairite.
He has secured his warm-water port and sent a message: he doesn't abandon his allies.
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