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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
She co-hosts the New Statesman podcast, discussing the latest in UK politics.
Vicky Foxcroft, Labour's shadow minister for disabled people, made history at PMQs with a question in sign language.
Boris Johnson has no intention of changing the rules that allowed the former prime minister to lobby government ministers.
How can the DUP, helping to stoke discontent, speak as one with Sinn Féin, the target of much of that anger?
The cause of these riots is complex and nuanced – but little attention is being paid in Westminster.
A Sage paper on ethnic minority coronavirus deaths was omitted from the report, despite being submitted as evidence by the Department of Health and Social Care.
There are plenty of Conservatives who don’t see how the government’s approach to racism is a winning strategy in the long term.
The way the Race and Ethnic Disparities Commission report has been released tells us nothing about racism in Britain – and everything about the government.
There is no suggestion that the former prime minister broke any rules by texting Rishi Sunak – but maybe that’s the problem.
The attempt by Labour’s right to bounce the leader into shadow cabinet changes has not been well received.
Far from helping the SNP win a pro-indy “supermajority”, Alba is an off-putting manifestation of divisions within the Scottish independence movement.