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Sajid Javid finds himself in one of the great offices of state at a pivotal moment in Britain’s history. As he calls for the government to allay some of his Tory colleagues’ concerns on Brexit, the Home Secretary is looking to end a spate of violent crime across the country. And he has a message for middle class drug users whose actions may be fuelling the crisis. He talks to Kevin Schofield
Keir Starmer has carefully navigated Labour’s Brexit position since joining the Shadow Cabinet more than two years ago. But with the policy of constructive ambiguity reaching its expiry date, what would the party do differently on Brexit? He talks to Emilio Casalicchio.
Longstanding Conservative loyalist Shailesh Vara didn’t delay the inevitable – and resigned from the government over Brexit. The MP reflects on his tumultuous week
It would not benefit the EU to tie the UK into a permanent customs union via the backstop, writes Vicky Ford
The Government must demonstrate that it is serious about ending the illegal and exploitative practice of unpaid internships, writes Lord Holmes
At first glance, Penny Mordaunt and Richard Curtis seem an unlikely double act. But, through the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, the duo have found common ground. With a $2.5trn annual funding shortfall to make up, do they have a plan to ensure the objectives are met by 2030? Sebastian Whale sits down with the Cabinet minister and the film director in parliament
Picture the scene: You’ve offered to cook dinner but have no idea what to make. And everyone is sitting around the table hungry.
Soft drinks company Lucozade Ribena Suntory and environmental campaign charity Hubbub are using behavioural science to help clean up Britain's forests
Next month MPs will face their most momentous decision for a generation. Sebastian Whale sets out how the process for voting on the Withdrawal Agreement will work – and what could happen next
MPs shouldn’t be bullied into voting for something that puts their constituents’ jobs and rights at risk. The government must extend Article 50 – and the people must have their say, writes Frances O’Grady
The fight for our brave, strong nation was abandoned in this draft Withdrawal Agreement and generations will look back on it with disappointment, writes Suella Braverman
The government’s Violence against Women and Girls strategy recognises the scale of the problem but is not backed with sufficient funding, writes Baroness Thornton
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