The former deputy Prime Minister argued Brexiteers were trying to silence the 48 per cent.
Student feminists want to stop the veteran feminist from speaking at universities – because of her beliefs about transgender people. But why are women always punished more than men for having controversial opinions?
The government has boxed itself in, leaving itself with few ways to lessen the blow.
Peers vote to block cuts unless the Tories offer full compensation to the low-paid for at least three years.
The Conservatives have 23 per cent of the ethnic minority vote and 18 MPs. Labour got 65 per cent - and have 24.
Coal is dirty, dangerous and bad for our environment, argues Guy Shrubsole.
The measure has put the Conservatives on course for a defeat in the Lords this afternoon.
Who runs the Labour party? The answer is complicated.
Victories in the bubble won't shake the Tories unless we organise, warns James Elliott.
Housing is set to be the battleground as Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith compete to see who can call City Hall "home" in 2016.
Spoiler alert: it didn't.
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