The political imperative of controlling immigration is clashing with the economic imperative of maintaining growth.
Anne-Marie Freemantle was the youngest woman candidate in 1935, fighting Westminster St George’s for Labour.
The Nobel Laureate has died at the age of 90. His play The Accidental Death of an Anarchist is known for its takedown of police corruption. But for me, his power lies in his love for humanity’s failings.
Wow. Just, wow.
He gave £1m to Ukip and spent £7.5m on the Leave campaign. He is friendly with Trump, hates Cameron and admires Putin – now he has Labour voters in his sights.
The former Baywatch star is the latest to pile in on the current political climate.
The First Minister played hardball, saying SNP MPs will vote against the Brexit Bill in Parliament.
Nicola Sturgeon's no. 2 is the leader of the SNP in the House of Commons.
Leave voters in the Tories' southern heartlands will soon be mourning the loss of their favourite yeasty spread.
A rescue deal for Bernard Matthews dumps the problem on workers.
And that's simply the best-case scenario.
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