Under Jo Swinson's premiership we can breathe a progressive breath of fresh air into British foreign policy, revive our reputation on the world stage, and get on with helping to improve the lives of those across the world
The Labour and Tory parties are dead. For politically homeless centrists, that might be a good thing
While Corbyn has refused to adopt a clear position on Brexit, Johnson has reconfigured the party to the populist right. There’s no place for moderates in either camp.
Too often the voices of sanity and reason have found themselves put on the back foot by a ruthless and determined No 10. Tomorrow, parliament can change that
Together, the world can #ActForTheAmazon, but it requires the courage and global leadership to do so. Our Prime Minister should step up before it is too late.
Don’t let the reckless gamblers of Boris Johnson’s ‘do or die’ Brexit gang pretend they speak for the people
Brexiter Jeremy Corbyn has ruled out an emergency government, but Jo Swinson is ready to step up to stop no deal – and to stop Brexit itself
The prime minister wants to frame the coming months as a battle between parliament on one side, and his administration and the people on the other. This only works if he can credibly claim to speak for most of the country, which he clearly does not
As Tory MPs suck up to Boris Johnson, and Jeremy Corbyn goes from bad to worse, at least we can place our hope in the one Remain party
As the Conservative leadership contest draws to a close, with both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt putting fresh paint on the impossible red lines set out by the Leave campaign, the threat of a a No Deal Brexit is closer than ever. Both candidates are disregarding all the facts about the disastrous consequences this would
Britain needs a sophisticated, multitrack approach to ensure these new technologies are used for the common good at home and abroad
Brexit is exacerbating the failings of the nation’s economy – and yet the main parties are happy to wave it through
I have over 25 schools in my constituency and make a point of visiting one of them almost every week. During a particularly moving visit to one of our primary schools last month, a group of around fifteen seven to 11 year-olds told me how the violence affects them.
I’ve been told the frontrunner’s offensive comments are in the past, that Britain has moved on. But his words do matter. In this climate, fighting for the respect of all ethnicities is more important than ever.