For Labour, it’s clever politics. But for the People’s Vote campaign, it’s mostly bad news.
The last three spots on the Commonwealth Games Organising committee went to a Paralympic gold medallist, the deputy CEO of the Edinburgh Fringe, and the man who managed to lose Theresa May her majority.
The disgraced former defence secretary speaks. Nonsense.
The prize is clear: to split the Tories, wipe out British conservatism as an electoral force for a generation, end the neoliberal era and democratise the UK’s institutions.
For the former, the PM would have to further soften the political declaration – risking alienating more Tory Hard Brexiteers.
After launching a debate to quell months of protest, France’s millionaire president invited other millionaires to a summit at Versailles.
The Women's Equality Party leader is stepping aside to make space for diversity.
Amid online abuse and a harsher benefits system, the gold medal-winning swimmer Liz Johnson urges the government and businesses to hire more people with disabilities.
A complete guide to the amendments to the 29 January vote.
Wetherspoons News, the pub chain’s in-house-magazine-cum-hard-Brexit-propaganda-sheet, has been borrowing other people’s content.
Brexit has exposed weaknesses in our democracy – but that doesn’t make us any less democratic.