Europe's right-wing populists cheered the result.
Your plans are neither safe, nor sustainable, nor morally okay.
The Welsh government will have to do more with less.
A court ruling that English NHS funding should prioritise English patients means that only Northern Irish women with money will be able to make the trip to get round the restrictive abortion laws in their own country.
Jeremy Hunt is at the centre with another row with the medical profession. What's going on?
The Liberal Democrats' short contest has allowed that party to get back on the road to recovery. Labour's long one has them on the road to ruin, says Dan Falvey.
The polls felt wrong at the general election. But nothing I've seen or heard suggests the polls showing Corbyn ahead are anything other than correct.
The Greens have a choice: persist with the old failed approach and get the same old disappointment. Or we can take ourselves seriously.
Property guardianships, where tenants trade rights for lower rent, look an attractive alternative. But London's property market means even they are increasingly out of reach, writes Maya Oppenheim.
There are two paths to a Labour victory in 2020, argues Michael Chessum: either Labour reject the principles of neoliberalism with Corbyn, or embrace them with Liz Kendall.
Lines in the sand don't make for good policy-making, says Matilda Murday of the Democratic Society.
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