Diane Abbott is Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, and shadow home secretary. She was previously shadow secretary for health.
“This Week was often imitated, but never surpassed.”
Too often the public are given the impression this scandal only affects people from the Caribbean, when it is in fact the whole Commonwealth and beyond.
The rights of women in Northern Ireland have been subordinated to Westminster manoeuvrings for too long.
There may be no universal remedy to violent crime, but Scotland and the Netherlands have put policies in place that are working.
Under Jeremy Corbyn, Labour has avoided the errors of its pro-austerity European sister parties.
The Tories must prop up failing policies with an unstable alliance.
The latest figures show the extent to which Theresa May has failed on crime.
The government has tried to halt the Dubs Amendment, a scheme designed to save thousands of vulnerable child refugees.
Leave voters were asked if they would pay a price to cut immigration. The answer was clear.
The Prime Minister needs to stop treating those already living and working here as bargaining chips.