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The way to hold indicative Brexit votes in parliament
It's not perfect—but the new NEF proposal to scrap the personal allowance and offer a £2,500 payment instead at least prioritises the poorest over middle-class earners. So will John McDonnell go...
Sam Lowe / March 14, 2019
This controversial Brexit protocol is necessary and has public support
Marie Le Conte / March 14, 2019
How the Kebab Awards became a mainstay in the parliamentary calendar
Jonathan Lis / March 13, 2019
If MPs cannot find a way out, the public will have to do it for them
If MPs want a deal they have to vote for one—and May’s deal is what’s on offer
Tom Clark / March 12, 2019
With Suez, politics trumped law. With Iraq the balance began to shift—and with Brexit the original logic has been inverted. Amid the fray, we can take some comfort from that
Guy de Jonquières / March 12, 2019
The fate of May’s deal—and the future of the country—hinges on the decisions of just a handful of politicians
Peter Chappell / March 12, 2019
The co-founder of Our Future Our Choice left her degree to fight for a second referendum