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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
Opening Labour Connected, the party's virtual conference, Angela Rayner put flesh on the bones of Labour's strategy for recovery.
As Dominic Raab visits Washington to allay concerns about the Internal Market Bill, he will see quite how deep a stake the US has in the Irish peace process.
Labour’s deputy leader showed no nerves at her first PMQs but Boris Johnson denied her the fight she wanted.
Ed Miliband's strident turn at the despatch box suggests the opposition could do more to seize the upper hand.
The government’s new line looks like a cynical co-option of unionists’ concerns to justify an illegal move.
Boris Johnson expects everyone to obey the law, and the other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions.
The cabinet minister's statement raise questions barely conceivable for a functioning Western democracy.
Politicians agree a rewriting of policy would show “contempt” for Northern Ireland's people and businesses.
Ian McKellen, Russell T Davies and a Conservative peer join calls against the government's prospective appointment of the former Australian prime minister as a UK trade envoy.
There's one issue coming down the line with the potential to unite Conservative malcontents more than any other.