Other non-Euro countries will miss Britain's lobbying - and Germany and France won't be too keen to make up for our lost budget contributions.
The hard-right candidate's difficult week has revealed her true face - and left her hopes of reaching the second round in jeopardy
Protestors gathered in Glasgow to demand a change in legislation limiting child tax credits.
Jeremy Corbyn's new policy programme is attracting good reviews - and comparisons to his predecessor. How similar are they?
The US president changes his mind even when the facts haven't changed.
The government's £26,000 definition of an "ordinary working family" gives mandarins a map.
Carwyn Jones, the First Minister of Wales, backed Remain. Now he must advocate for a country that voted Leave.
New data speaks to a wider crisis in the public realm.
Although unification is a way off, Northern Ireland is in dire need of strong political leadership – and fast – if the Stormont institutions are to be saved.
As incomes fall, the public may not make the connection that Remainers hope.
The two biggest UK parties are now in a bidding war to win over pensioners. The losers will be working-age people.
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