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With county lines, hollowed-out high streets and overpriced housing, it’s net curtains for ministers who ignore the plight of suburbia.
May set in train a process that looks certain to end in a merger between the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development – but the government’s case for the benefits is confused.
Success at the climate conference in Glasgow this year is essential if we are to avert climate catastrophe.
For Boris Johnson, changing the BBC might yet prove more difficult than changing the country.
The Labour leadership frontrunner beat Rebecca Long-Bailey in a ballot of the Corbynite rail union’s members.
Appointing an attorney-general is one of the hardest jobs a Prime Minister has – but there are ways to make it easier.
The candidates faced tough questions on rebuilding trust with the Jewish community.
The leadership candidates are growing increasingly frustrated by the format of the debates – but, then again, what do they expect?
The departure of a universally respected Northern Ireland secretary will make his successor’s job much harder.
The chancellor’s exit is the prelude to the biggest change in how the British state runs itself since devolution – but it may be brief.
The sacked business secretary arrived at her department with a patchy record at environment and a strong one as leader of the house. She never had time to make her mark in her new role.