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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
People are still speaking out against the special adviser, and the anger defies the usual Brexit faultlines.
The cabinet has spent 24 hours burning political capital on someone whose standing cannot be saved.
The Prime Minister has decided to drop the controversial health surcharge for NHS and care workers following pressure applied by the Labour leader
The Labour MP for Canterbury reflects on her historic speech on the Domestic Abuse Bill, and why that landmark legislation matters.
Discharging patients into care homes without testing remains Labour's focus, and the Prime Minister's biggest weakness.
Labour’s new shadow chancellor has quickly risen from obscurity to high office. So what drives her? And how will she approach Britain’s deepening economic crisis?
The widespread use of temporary work appears to have spread the virus to the most vulnerable in society.
After a month without confirmation, ministers are investing millions to be ready to mass-produce the vaccine if it passes clinical trials.
Boris Johnson's letter to the Labour leader draws attention to the eight-day delay between known community transmission and an update on care homes policy.
The policy of discharging patients from hospitals into care homes may well become the starkest failure of the government's pandemic response