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The Greater Manchester mayor on his ongoing battle with the government over Covid-19 restrictions and feeling “semi-detached” from Labour.
The prohibition on travel into Wales from tier two and three areas in England will depend upon the public enforcing it themselves.
In an exclusive interview with the New Statesman, the Scottish Labour leader speaks of his “anger” at calls for his resignation, Labour's position on independence, and his strategy for the election that may decide the fate of the UK.
The health crises envisaged when the devolved institutions were created could be solved using the policy levers available to devolved parliaments – but the novel coronavirus can't.
The Archbishop of Canterbury condemns an “addiction to centralisation”.
With no actual data, the government fell foul of the “garbage in, garbage out” problem.
England, Wales and Northern Ireland's governments should learn from its mistake ahead of their own exam results on 13 August.
Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rae are joined on the New Statesman podcast by Claire Hanna MP.
The biggest problem is that the approach that once looked so successful now looks to have big structural problems.
The proposals would help eliminate childhood hunger and guarantee agricultural standards after Brexit.
The levers pulled by the British government are similar to those being eyed by the devolved governments – but what has been left out?