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Until the wretched referendum, most people in this country didn’t care much about Britain’s relationship with Europe.
Boris Johnson failed to use the first lockdown to build enough resilience to prevent a second.
The former prime minister's cuts were almost perfectly tailored to weaken the state before the pandemic.
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I've started venturing out more, but already I hear the warning: we're not done yet.
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Boris Johnson’s bad faith negotiating tactics have backfired in Europe and are driving support for Scottish independence.
Labour’s deputy leader showed no nerves at her first PMQs but Boris Johnson denied her the fight she wanted.
For both the Conservatives and Labour, the risk of shunning a deal with Brussels involves the further risk of allowing another Scottish referendum.
Europe is the only controversy around which the Conservatives’ unstable coalition can unite.
Starmer's cool, competent leadership has won him plaudits, but he remains troubled by one defining issue: what's the party for and who should it represent?