The one reason Labour will struggle in the election

As stated on the Guardian, here is the relevant passage from the BBC transcript in full where Jeremy Corbyn repeatedly refused to say if the

Can we all just calm down a bit: nobody is actually going to war

I know our position in the EU still raises the blood pressure of some but I wonder whether we can just get a little bit

No, Tim Farron, the British public do not need a second referendum

Theresa May has today announced the triggering of Article 50, the beginning of the two-year negotiation period for leaving the European Union. You can read

Tony Blair is against populism because, in reality, he is against democracy

The one good thing about Tony Blair’s intervention on any issue on which I disagree with him is that his intervention is usually detrimental to

I voted #Brexit. The Supreme Court judgement is exactly what I voted for.

It is unfortunate that I need to open up with these caveats, but here we go. I did not vote brexit because I am a racist.

What does the court ruling on Article 50 actually mean?

So it seems folk are up in arms about a High Court ruling that stated parliament must vote before the government can trigger Article 50

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