For Labour, it’s clever politics. But for the People’s Vote campaign, it’s mostly bad news.
In the context of Brexit, the identity politics of the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Féin no longer seem quite so outlandish.
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Curiously, Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, also known as broken heart syndrome, has a predilection for women, but occasionally occurs in men as well.
After Alex Salmond was accused of sexual harassment, his protégée, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, investigated him. The fallout has destroyed their relationship – and threatens the independence movement.
When you get into the noisy coach, though, your expectations are different. You resign yourself to pandemonium.
Theresa May’s husband of nearly 40 years is her sounding board for every significant decision and speech.
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A new baby is better than any mindfulness app for dragging you fully into the present moment.
Faced with rising pupil numbers, increasingly complex needs and inherited social work from stricken councils, teachers feel profoundly neglected.
Offered the chance to see skating performed by dedicated professionals, most of Britain would rather see it done badly by someone who used to be in Westlife.