Leaving the single market is predicted to cost Scottish workers £2,000 a year,
Labour is in danger, and the problem didn't start with Jeremy Corbyn.
The Democratic Unionist Party's scandal could prove embarrassing for a UK government in need of parliamentary votes.
The Labour leader seems to hesitate in saying what he knows to be true - EU nationals are good for our country.
CNN reports that Russian snooping extends to Donald Trump. But what does that mean for the President-Elect?
It already looked possible. Then the leader of the far-right Front National softened her stance on Frexit.
Labour risks being stranded in no-man's land.
The Labour leader played down his comments on free movement. But there's more than one kind of hard Brexit.
Bashir Naderi's only memory of Afghanistan is the Taliban murdering his father. He may have to go back.
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.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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