Around the world, support for genuinely revolutionary ideas is strong, but in the UK at least, there's less enthusiasm for the people promising them.
Some research organisations are entirely reliant on EU funding.
We have helped just 0.002 per cent of Europe's unaccompanied children. The government's attempt to defend this record is mortifying.
The US President has signed a second executive order.
The Chancellor has long been a fiscal conservative and Brexit dominates all else.
Perhaps the Tory MEP's dislike of the EU is a matter of faith, not logic.
It can be hard to scrutinise the workings of the courts - so police and crime commissioner Vera Baird decided to try something different.
The province's post-election divisions could be the greatest threat to the Union.
Different generations have different economic quandaries.
In an extended essay, the former shadow business secretary argues that his party can build a new economic and political settlement which avoids a return to New Labour or to electoral failure.
"The notion of a perpetual unionist majority has been demolished," said Gerry Adams.
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