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Labour MP for Aberavon
If there is a blockage to Labour building a winning coalition, it is in the prejudices of those who cannot understand that Leave voters are a vitally important part of Labour’s past, present and future, writes Stephen Kinnock MP.
Brexit was a backlash against a Cosmopolitan ruling class that refused to listen for 40 years. Labour must now become a whole nation party, writes Stephen Kinnock MP
Last week the parameters shifted again, and the Prime Minister is now left with three options: he can break the law by refusing to ask for an extension to Article 50, he can resign, or he can secure and pass a deal. Tabling a version of the WAB is by far the most likely option for securing a majority, writes Stephen Kinnock MP.
The 52:48 referendum result has always been a mandate to move house but stay in the same neighbourhood. It’s time for us all to recognise this, and for British politics to rediscover the lost art of compromise, says Stephen Kinnock MP.
Labour MP Stephen Kinnock says it is "crystal clear that Common Market 2.0 is still the only way in which we can respect the result of the referendum without destroying the economy or compromising the Good Friday Agreement".
Our democracy has been driven to a state of paralysis by division and polarisation. Our new cross-party group aims to re-unite Britain after Brexit, and show that compromise is not a dirty word, writes Stephen Kinnock
A second referendum would mean taking part in the European Parliament elections. Those campaigning for it must be straight with voters, writes Stephen Kinnock
It’s time for politicians to rise above the narrow tribalism that has poisoned the Brexit debate and act in the national interest, writes Stephen Kinnock
If the UK is to talk – and be heard – around the world in the post-Brexit era we need a voice in government that is dedicated to modern languages, says Stephen Kinnock MP.
We asked five Labour backbenchers to make the case for a policy they would like to see in the party’s next programme for government. Stephen Kinnock argues that Labour must be a part that governs for the whole nation – and must show Communitarians that the party shares their values and priorities
Welsh Labour MP Stephen Kinnock writes ahead of the Commons vote that "Backing Heathrow expansion is a statement from Britain’s political leaders that they will not give up on Wales’s workers and vital industries like steel".
Since I first spoke out and called for FIFA to postpone and relocate the World Cup I’ve been met with a torrent of disgruntled tweets, many from Russian bots, saying “sport and politics don’t mix, leave the World Cup alone”.
Labour MP Stephen Kinnock says the US plan to slap huge tariffs on steel and aluminium imports cannot be dismissed as "yet another example of Trumpian bluster".
Labour MP Stephen Kinnock offers a potential solution to control freedom of movement into the UK and to retain access to the single market of 500 million consumers.
Nick Clegg knows better than most how dramatically the pendulum can swing in British politics. As the battle lines are drawn over Brexit, the former Deputy Prime Minister talks to Labour’s Stephen Kinnock about the ‘evolving’ public debate and why next year’s ‘meaningful vote’ is shaping up to be the biggest decision in Parliament’s post-war history
A ‘21st century’ Labour fringe and warring Tory ‘Brextremists’ – Stephen Kinnock returns to Westminster after a tale of two conferences