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The Brexit process taught us a lot about parliament’s somewhat contested place in our system of government.
Following massive electoral gains last week, party leader Nicola Sturgeon says refusal to grant a second vote would be a “subversion of democracy”.
Young people have been calling for action on the environment all year. With the UK voting this week, they urge politicians – and the electorate – to listen to them.
Labour are committed to restarting South Wales' massive energy infrastructure project, but is it good value for money?
The party has also pledged to introduce a “London-style ticketing system” with zonal fare brackets and free travel for children.
The UK should target frequent flyers to reduce carbon emissions.
The Prime Minister signalled support for state aid for struggling industries and a “Buy British” policy, which would be in breach of EU competition laws.
Environmentalism doesn’t have to mean compromising on the economy.
Danielle Rowley, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Climate Justice and Green Jobs, discusses a key battleground for the general election.
The party is aiming to deliver the biggest affordable housebuilding programme since the 1960s.
Proposals to woo voters include a £10,000 “skills wallet” under the Lib Dems and Labour’s commitment to a national education service.