Caroline Crampton is assistant editor of the New Statesman. She writes a weekly podcast column.
Phil Whitaker's book is a fast-paced missing-person investigation that explores the complexities of sisterly strife.
Theresa May’s Conservative Party falls short of a majority as Labour makes unexpected gains.
The party failed to win a single seat.
The shadow chancellor told BBC News that his party will seek to govern without coalition deals.
The start of the negotiations could be delayed.
After failing to deliver a Conservative majority, the Conservative leader is under pressure to stand down.
It is Dover that will be most affected if we leave the European Union without a favourable deal. And 62.2 per cent of people here voted for Brexit.
The new adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel has captured a moment.
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