Theresa May has set out her Brexit objectives in a speech. Stephen Bush explains the key sections.
"Now is not the time," said the prime minister.
After independence, there may be some scores to settle...
The government seems immobilised by its small majority. It doesn't bode well for Brexit.
Both Donald Trump's chief strategist and the terrorist organisation believe in an existential global war.
It will be very hard for employers to legally ban women from wearing hijabs at work. But the far-right are already celebrating.
Corbyn's hopeless response to the government's Budget U-turn proved that he's leader of the opposition in name only.
Even a popular measure has blown up in the government's face. Bigger problems may lie ahead.
One week after the Budget, the Chancellor has backtracked.
Maternity discrimination is just one example of the government turning a blind eye to the condition of women, says Sarah Champion.
The European politicians who Britain needs to persuade equate EU withdrawal with Marine Le Pen and Donald Trump.
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