The Hastings and Rye MP has a lot to prove in her new job and a huge number of problems inherited from her predecessor.
Independence may not yet have majority support, but for many unaligned voters it is far from the unthinkable prospect it once was.
The party’s new left has put forward the most transformative economic proposal since the Roosevelt era.
The Prime Minister's remarks to local party bosses underline the chances that the UK may leave the EU without a deal.
Well, sort of.
Theresa May’s new junior ministers are a staunch Remainer and discredited Brexiteers. The perception that creates will matter.
As well as historic discrimination, women’s football suffers from a lack of funding and media coverage.
A new group of environmental activists want to use civil disobedience to highlight the climate crisis.
Philip Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, was scathing about the government’s cuts and welfare changes.
The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
The appointment of the little-known health minister reflects the scale of opposition to May’s Brexit plans – and Downing Street’s control of negotiations.
In forcing MPs to vote for the divorce treaty and future relationship together, the Prime Minister has put a very low ceiling on the number of opposition rebels.