Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She has presented BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and is a regular panellist on BBC1’s Sunday Politics.
Dylan Roof, Anders Breivik - these men aren't called "terrorists" because we're not allowed to fear white supremacy or male violence.
In this parliament, campaigners will again attempt to chip away at abortion rights - but will the new leaders of Labour and the Lib Dems have the stomach to fight them?
More than 62 per cent of people voted in favour of the change.
Those who voted simply for more of the same are unlikely to get it, as the new Conservative-only Cabinet tacks sharply to the right.
The theme of the issue, due out on 28 May, will be "saying the unsayable".
In Paisley and Renfrewshire South, which I visited before Easter, 20-year-old student Mhairi Black has defeated Labour's election strategist Douglas Alexander by 5,500 votes.
From screaming hen parties to a trout called Nibbles, the most wonderful and weird moments of the past six weeks.
Worcester is a true red/blue marginal – but as people's lives improve, Labour's core vote is fragmenting.
The issues around maternity care are a microcosm of the bigger battles in the NHS – centralisation, protocols and “efficiency savings” v making a space for common sense, professional judgement and personal relationships.
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