My fellow MPs and I sanctioned no such thing but hardline Leavers are distorting the truth
Grace Holliday / August 5, 2019
Research shows that people are less and less bothered by swearwords—instead, it's slurs that are most likely to cause offence. Is it time us Brits (and the Americans watching our TV shows) got over...
Nathan Ma / August 5, 2019
Immigrants are often reminded that we can leave our new countries if we take issue with local customs—but what if we really want to belong?
The Parliamentary Staff Awards are back for another year
What was originally an affordable, social occasion has become a London status symbol—and ordinary Italians are paying the price
The new PM is betting that he can pump up enough confidence—and money—to see him through a difficult autumn
Jonathan Lis / August 2, 2019
The Liberal Democrat win is a boost—but the task ahead is enormous
Zainab Asunramu / August 2, 2019
Communities afflicted by violence need care, not criminalisation. But our new Prime Minister is more interested in playing to bigoted populist sentiments than in supporting BAME citizens
There can be no denying the growing threat to the integrity of the United Kingdom
Tim Durrant / August 1, 2019
An increasing number of ministers now work across multiple departments. That can help drive through policy—but can also lead to surreal malfunctions