A first look at this week's magazine.
We take the temperature of the two leaders' positions and find the forecast decidely mixed.
The debate has moved on, and it's time the Tories did too, says Angela Rayner.
A 13-year campaign took a great stride forward this week, explains Toby Quantrill.
By repudiating her predecessor's opposition to academic selection, the Prime Minister has shown Tory MPs that she is one of them.
Grammar schools will be a tough fight for the government - and Michael Gove may decide the outcome.
We need mental health facilities designed to cater for a mass market.
Far from being anti-democratic, re-running the vote once the facts are known is entirely fair, says Bo Rothstein.
David Skuzbee speaks to volunteers at B30 Foodbank - and finds a service at breaking point.
Who wants to be the next James Callaghan?
The Labour leader will not support continued UK membership without significant reforms.
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