Like it or not, Britain is leaving the EU.
Is Labour's election campaign building itself a springboard, or a cage?
The young and the poor are increasingly turning away from democratic politics, incentivising politicians to focus on the rich and the old.
Michael Fallon's broadside at Ed Miliband yesterday has sparked accusations of anti-Semitism. But the reality is more mundane - and better news for Labour, too.
A new poll finds that British Jews prefer the Conservatives to Labour; but a discussion of the community's needs deserves a broader palette than just the Middle East.
"Crossover" at last?
In Colombia, the government and FARC are taking the first steps to a lasting peace.
It took 80 years to get the level of female representation we have now. We must do better in the coming years.
The Defence Secretary's "backstabbing" charge left the Tories looking cheap and Labour dignified.
Young people don’t join political parties because they offer real change. If they join at all, it’s because it’s a great joke to tell their friends.
The deputy Labour leader on feminism, Westminster and her party's chances in the general election.
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