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Daren Timson-Hunt was head of the EU Exit and Goods Legal Team at the Department for International Trade.
The move was a departure from Jeremy Corbyn's usual method of approaching intra-party conflict.
Labour's ruling NEC is likely to approve a motion to abolish the party's deputy leader tomorrow – a move that will dominate this week's conference.
When the government’s only response to hungry people is questioning the data, it’s losing the argument.
Monopolisation, profit without purpose and social corrosion are not accidents – they are inherent, and ever more pronounced, factors of the system itself.
Labour is now the only party putting the unity of the nation ahead of narrow calculation and easy headlines.
The Prime Minister could conclude that the status quo is untenable and offer a new vote including a devo-max option.
Faced with the threat of recession, the idea of printing money to give directly to voters is gaining ground.
From Delhi to New York, Accra to London, millions of people will join marches today for urgent action on climate breakdown.
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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.
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Millions of people are expected to turn out across the world today in an unprecedented climate mobilisation. What can you do if you can't leave work?