Brexit should not be an excuse to turn inwards.
Britain must assume a proactive and strategic approach to social integration if it is to become a more inclusive nation.
A public inquiry is the only way to get to the bottom of what has been going on and to ensure that all those responsible are held accountable.
The UK contribution to the EU budget was £156m a week in 2016-17.
Immigrants will seize opportunities like English lessons, if we make them available.
The Tory party are more consumed with haggling over who their next leader will be than with the lives and concerns of most families and communities.
So we need an honest debate that brings Leavers and Remainers together about how we get a Brexit that benefits everyone, now and for the generations yet to come.
The prime minister went into the general election seeking a personal mandate for a hard, extreme Brexit. The country refused to give it to her.
Parliament must not be sidelined as the Brexit negotiations continue.
We oppose the Brexit policy being dictated by the Tory right. Leaving the single market would cost public services £31bn. Our party should fight that.
To sacrifice membership in negotiations, as the Conservatives have promised, jeopardises jobs and does little to address voters’ concerns over immigration.
What this election showed was that rather than being a force for economic competence, the Tories have lost all credibility.