The centrist is not the first to succeed from outside the traditional parties in the Fifth Republic.
Unlike most of his colleagues, Labour MP Paul Farrelly refused to vote for starting Brexit negotiations in March. He explains why.
The Supreme Court ruled MPs must have a say in triggering Article 50. But the opposition must unite to succeed.
The Supreme Court ruled that Parliament must have a say in starting the process of Brexit. But this may be a hollow victory for Labour.
The Supreme Court ruled Parliament must be consulted before triggering Article 50. Grahame Pigney, of the People's Challenge, plans to build on the victory.
The Foreign secretary is loved by Eurosceptics and detested by EU negotiators.
Fixating on Trident is like replacing the guest bathroom while your own toilet flush doesn't work.
The crackpot and these women.
Benoit Hamon won the first round of the Socialist party's presidential primaries.
It's time for the government to recognise that private businesses need help to thrive.
We won’t win the battle for progressive ideas if we don’t battle in the first place.
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