The incoming President was talking to cast out Brexiteer, Michael Gove.
There are limits to the Cosmopolitan Ukip approach.
A second election just months after the last is on the cards - but it is unlikely to solve anything.
The Labour leader first declared his support for an earnings cap in 2015. Why wasn't it repeated?
Members believe the SNP is as right-wing as the Conservatives.
The Labour leader is walking a fine line between trying to please pro-Remain members and voters who want to Leave.
When the integration report author gave evidence to MPs, dustbins and forced marriage got an equal hearing.
Investigations into environmental and human rights abuses will also be at risk.
An election looms in Northern Ireland as the deputy first minister quits over the Arlene Foster row.
There is no reason to believe that Britain will remain in the single market or anything like it.
Gina Miller explains why she took the government to court over the procedure for leaving the European Union.
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