The prospect of the UK avoiding Brexit, or even a "hard" version, remains doubtful.
As the costs of EU withdrawal become clear, the Leavers are desperately searching for scapegoats.
The Prime Minister's 2.0 operating system looked a lot like David Cameron 1.0.
We should be looking at where any extra cash will have the biggest benefit, for the largest number of people, who need it most.
Students are people too. We vote, we care about the same things as others and we make our voices heard.
The policy case for Labour scrapping them is thin. But the political case for abandoning the pledge to remove fees is thinner still.
Stating that “we’ve cut 11,000 firefighters” and hiring 11,000 more won’t fix the problem, only push them down the road.
The Prime Minister confirmed that to end spending cuts, voters will need to end Conservative government.
Theresa May signed away the argument when she agreed that deal with the DUP.
The level of spending cuts imposed since 2010 cannot be dismissed as trivial by Conservatives.
Evolving English identity has already made its mark on the Brexit referendum.