The answer, in this case, is 500 quid.
Labour will only be disappointed that the policy hasn't caused more of a fight.
The politics and the economics of it are clear-cut.
The hot weather across the globe will have political consequences right now, and not just in 2030.
Nervous MPs in marginals have more than just trade deals to worry about.
It’s not unusual for a government to put winning votes over sensible infrastructure decisions. It is rarer to put a premium on losing them.
For any ambitious Tory with connections to the capital, even losing has its advantages.
The one thing that's certain is it's a big win for Unite.
Words from the Prime Minister cost nothing. Raising revenue could cost Philip Hammond a great deal.
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Brexiteers aren’t wrong to fear that a transition period could go on forever, but their alternative won’t work either.