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Now the public are armed with the facts, Kevin Maguire asks whether should they be offered an EURef2
This week MPs were given a taste of the parliamentary battles to come as the EU (Withdrawal) Bill passed its first hurdle in the Commons. But, as Robert Orchard reports, the ‘guerrilla tactics’ are just commencing
The Scottish Conservatives are enjoying a revival and John Lamont is helping to lead the charge. The new MP talks to Sebastian Whale about short odds, long commutes and the ‘potential’ of Ruth Davidson
Bernard Jenkin finds the Donmar’s new musical a fair and compelling portrayal of his committee’s hearing on the collapse of Kids Company
Andrew Adonis believes the UK could be heading for a 'catastrophe' as the country prepares to leave the European Union. The former Labour Cabinet minister talks to Josh May about what is at stake
As Leader of the Commons in a hung Parliament, Andrea Leadsom faces a huge task to build consensus for the government’s Brexit plans. She talks to Kevin Schofield about reaching out to the Opposition, her relationship with No.10 and why she remains firmly behind Theresa May
Since 2007, scores of Conservative members have visited Rwanda every August as part of Project Umubano. Proof, says its founder, Andrew Mitchell, that social action projects can go the distance
There is a cost to society when women MPs serve shorter terms and hold fewer senior positions, says Anushka Asthana
As he gets to work leading for Labour on the biggest issue facing British politics for half a century, Keir Starmer tells Kevin Schofield how his party can block an ‘extreme Brexit’ and go on to win the next election – but only if its MPs remain united
It we can get social care right in ‘ageing’ Devon we will get it right across the country, writes Sir Hugo Swire
The general election has shown that social care matters to people. It will take courage, commitment and extra funding to reform the system, writes Barbara Keeley
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, former Lib Dem leader Paddy Ashdown on being a tank, his love of literature and crying easily.
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