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Any deal between the Conservatives and DUP is a chance to remind everyone about how much Northern Ireland has changed, writes historian Lord Bew
Elections can be a cruel business, not just for MPs, but for their staff. James Millar catches up with five defeated Members as they return to Westminster to wind up their offices
Norman Lamb is the last remaining Lib Dem in the East of England – but the former health minister has a fight on his hands to fend off a challenge from Conservative candidate James Wild. David Singleton reports from Norfolk
For the sake of Britain’s economy, and soul, Theresa May must immediately and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU citizens currently residing in the UK, says Yanis Varoufakis
With two members facing tough re-election battles, the future of MP4 is in the balance. James Millar meets the band
Lords Butler, Wilson and Turnbull have decades of experience serving alongside prime ministers as they negotiate with Brussels. But as Britain prepares for the toughest talks yet, what do the three former Cabinet Secretaries make of Theresa May’s emerging strategy? They speak to Robert Orchard.
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
The next decade holds big challenges and it rarely has it been so important to show that capitalism and social progress aren’t opposing forces. Quite the opposite. All it takes is a longer-term view, a more inclusive attitude and for everyone to take that first step.
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