Josh Simons / October 22, 2017
As the UK re-assesses its relationship with Europe—and the rest of the world—politicians must focus on the civic as well as the national aspect of British identity
Tom Clark / October 20, 2017
The prime minister, the foreign secretary and the chancellor could all go at any moment. Yet the British press—and public—seem more bored than concerned
Nicholas Blincoe, Robert Blincoe / October 20, 2017
Before the election, Jeremy Corbyn was the most "central" member of the PLP. Now, Stella Creasy has overtaken him. Why?
Lewis Baston / October 20, 2017
Progress on redrawing the electoral map is possible—but not like this
Rafael Behr / October 19, 2017
Hardline Brexiteers are either advocating a bluff that no-one on the EU side believes or demonstrating a failure to understand how EU treaties work
Ruth Thorlby / October 19, 2017
New approaches to avoiding hospital admissions in the first place—and getting people home faster after they have been treated—hold important lessons. But don’t roll them out across the country...
Danny Swift / October 19, 2017
As new research shows, school exclusions result in huge personal and societal costs. What can be done?
William Davison / October 18, 2017
Andrew Duff shocked a regional party meeting by suggesting Brexit should go ahead. But his comments reveal a bigger problem with the EU debate—and a potential way forward for the UK
Alex Dean, Tom Clark / October 18, 2017
The chatter is building, but don’t get carried away—at least not until you’ve got your head round each of the dominoes that would have to tumble in sequence
Dawn Foster / October 18, 2017
Theresa May has u-turned on far smaller policy issues and after much less pressure. It's time to scrap this one, too—before even more people suffer
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