"We will all move forward together. Never giving in to terror. And never allowing the voices of hate and evil to drive us apart."
The Labour leader exploited Conservative splits over disability benefits.
The Leave-voting region wanted reassurances that funding wouldn't dry up after Brexit.
Most of those who voted Leave want higher public spending and lower immigration.
Not being racist is quite a low bar, actually, when you're part of a mainstream political movement.
As of the last Autumn Statement, 86 per cent of net gains to the Treasury through tax and benefit changes since 2010 came at the expense of women.
There's a big difference between winning an election and implementing your promises.
Will Labour lose in Gerald Kaufman's old seat.
Irene Clennell moved to the UK in 1988, but was deported to Singapore in 2017. EU citizens may be next.
Once a close aide to Nigel Farage, Alexandra Phillips questions Paul Nuttall’s “relevance” and warns Ukip is “facing a ticking clock” following its Stoke defeat.
The government has used more than 3m UK residents as pawns. But the Lords could put a stop to it.
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