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Apprenticeships are finally getting the political attention they deserve, but now real action on policy must follow, writes the IPPR’s Joe Dromey
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, former education secretary Nicky Morgan on the worst piece of advice she’s ever been given.
If Northern Ireland is to make the most of its talent pool, a quality apprenticeship system is paramount, writes David Simpson
The SNP’s new leader in Westminster, Ian Blackford, says his first job is to scrutinise Brexit plans and oppose Tory austerity. But, he tells James Millar, his party is not giving up on the ultimate goal of independence
James Graham’s latest outing – on the birth of the Sun newspaper and the rise of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire – is guaranteed to win headlines, writes John Ashmore
Barry’s Gardiner’s no-nonsense TV appearances made him one of the stars of the election – and left interviewers speechless. What next for Labour’s new cult hero? He talks to Kevin Schofield
Cold-shouldered by EU leaders, under pressure from Westminster and her cabinet – Theresa May’s task of delivering Brexit just got tougher, writes George Parker
On 8 June Labour’s Preet Gill became the first woman Sikh MP. She talks to Sebastian Whale about making history, her hero bus-driver father and defying expectations
The backlash against the Conservatives over public sector pay has been years in the making. The prime minister and the chancellor must respond quickly or pay the price, argues Anushka Asthana
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, Labour frontbencher Richard Burgon talks heavy metal, his love of cheese and cringe-worthy politicians
Damian Green is seeking to shore up Theresa May’s authority after a bruising election campaign. As deputy PM in all but name, can he bring his oldest political friend back from the brink? He talks to Daniel Bond
With advice on everything from how to speak in the Chamber to how to deal with online abuse, our Westminster Survival Guide is the essential handbook for new Members of Parliament. Featuring tips and guidance from John Bercow, Jess Phillips, Bernard Jenkin, Barry Gardiner, Norman Lamb, Sam Gyimah and more.
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