The Foreign Secretary went off script, but on truth.
Both sides in the leadership election are speaking a language the voters it needs barely understand, says John Denham.
Jeremy Corbyn has promised to "wipe the slate clean" after weeks of Labour infighting.
The former Labour leadership candidate said Jeremy Corbyn's policies are "pre-New Labour".
Muslim immigrants don't bring terrorism - ideology does.
Brexit means a lot of people meeting behind closed doors.
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