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Jonathan Powell has been at the heart of some of Britain’s toughest negotiations. Now he hopes to use his experience to secure a Brexit deal that works for business. Tony Blair's former chief of staff talks to John Ashmore.
After victory in last week’s West Midlands mayoral election, Conservative strategists believe they can pick up a swathe of seats across the region. With a month to go until polling day, Sebastian Whale heads out on the Birmingham campaign trail
Some familiar names will be facing off against each other when the country goes to the polls next month. Mark Leftly runs through the general election rematches
By maintaining the foreign aid budget and adopting a joined up approach, the next government can show its commitment to becoming Global Britain – rather than Little England, writes Professor David Hulme
With just one month to go until the General Election, The House magazine speaks to five former winners of marginal seats to get their campaign tips
Labour is struggling to find a coherent voice on Brexit, Gisela Stuart fears. As she leaves the Commons after 20 years, the ex-Vote Leave chair reflects on the challenge facing her party – and calls for a debate focused on national renewal
In May 1997 a record 120 women were elected to Parliament – including 101 from Labour. Twenty years on, Labour’s Caroline Flint and Conservative Caroline Spelman reflect on how their intake reshaped British politics
Sir Eric Pickles looks back on his 25 years at Westminster – a quarter century of great change for the Conservative party and for the Commons
Despite facing a plague of ‘Crosby chip’ implants, lobotomised Tories, dire polls and an election vulnerable to foreign interference, Paul Flynn is still determined to win
British growers cannot wait until we've left the EU. The government must introduce a new Seasonal Agricultural Permit Scheme soon – or British fruit could be left to rot on the branch
Agnes Chambre talks to Black Rod about ‘awkward’ peers, a close call with a crocodile and why he’ll soon be standing down
Jess Phillips's disarmingly honest book has encouraged me to be a more opinionated and courageous version of myself, writes Labour MP Tracy Brabin
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