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Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel all have the same missing piece to their coronavirus strategies.
Since the government will not back the heavy surveillance of Taiwan, or the loose approach of Sweden, the only way is lockdown.
The real argument for HS2 isn’t about speed at all, but about the number of people we can fit onto Britain’s rail network.
An independent complaints process for anti-Semitism may not be the panacea that the party hopes.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman reveals most people back a short, sharp national shutdown.
The Scottish Tory leader has already diverged from the Prime Minister on tuition fees, free school meals and the Union.
While suspending Corbyn from Labour is the decisive action many demanded, past factional divisions over anti-Semitism have been entrenched.
The Labour leader has shown his actions match his words, but the cost will be a civil war that he has no guarantee of winning.
Keir Starmer may find that the report's recommendations are resisted by both those who reject its findings and those who support them.
The government may be making a fatal error by refusing to change course even as Covid-19 cases rapidly accelerate.
Our postwar society was built on bullying 1 per cent of the population into producing the cheapest food in history.