The policy reckoning that occured after the 2005 terrorist attacks did not happen after the one in 2016.
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.
The party could yet thrive if Brexit disappoints those who voted Leave.
Leave's leaders are determined to pretend that there are no risks to their approach.
The wind is in Sinn Féin's sails. But both parties have to work together after the poll.
The former Tory Prime Minister broke his silence with a very loud rebuke.
Rising prices and lost markets are hard to ignore.
Before becoming an MP, Kaufman's varied career included a stint as the NS film critic.
But the sequel to 2014's Indyref may have a very different ending.
The downside of Godwin's Law.
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