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The UK government has consistently lacked a credible plan on sick pay, quarantine and borders.
However friendly Joe Biden seemed, the US government opposes any move that would create a harder Irish border.
The instruction to British diplomats to stop referring to the UK as a union of four nations is a symptom of English arrogance.
The UK government is increasingly isolated on the global stage over its attitude towards the Northern Ireland protocol.
Our exclusive analysis reveals that the Tories are likely to gain seven seats from the boundary changes while Labour loses just one.
We don’t yet know if NHS capacity would withstand an uncontrolled outbreak with our current vaccination levels.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and Tim Farron are two of the many MPs whose political careers are now in danger.
Both of the main parties could find themselves asking whether they have the right strategies for the redrawn electoral map.
Today’s vote isn’t just about international development spending – it’s a sign of many more difficult votes to come.
Under Keir Starmer, the party continues to have far too many policy announcements without a theme.
Conservative opposition to cutting the aid budget flows from three different tendencies.