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The argument that Omar Salem could be dismissed because he was a Labour activist is familiar – and strange.
Warrington opened new premises on an industrial estate this week to meet surging demand.
A new case of falling masonry means the expensive and overdue refurbishment of the crumbling Westminster estate could shoot up the election agenda.
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The ramp wasn’t significant. The fall, when it happened, wasn’t spectacular. But the long bedridden spell that followed changed everything.
England’s “Irish Question” first emerged in the Middle Ages and has returned to haunt the present Brexit crisis. But is the European Union making a promise to the Republic of Ireland that it will be unable to keep?
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
The Labour leader believes he can confound his disparagers by inspiring another surge of support for the left at the next election, as he did in 2017. But that was before the Liberal Democrat revival.
Labour's deputy leader is a Brownite embraced by Blairites, a heavyweight-turned-lightweight and one of the last remaining obstacles to Corbynite hegemony. Now, as he campaigns for Remain, friends say he could yet join the Liberal Democrats.
Round numbers scare me, especially since I was ejected from the Hovel ten years to the day from when I moved in – and if this column goes, then I really am screwed.
Most of those nursing me back to health have come to Britain from elsewhere – although mostly not within the EU.