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.
There has been a reboot of organisations working on the big ideas to address the problems that sparked the Brexit vote, and they’ll only expand from here as the appetite for a Final Say grows stronger
I thought that Britain needed a new party. I thought that was what the millions of politically homeless people in Britain wanted. I was wrong.
Young people from Streatham are being used to traffic drugs to other parts of Britain. Behind much of the violence we see lies illegal drug markets with all the tragedy, death and destruction that brings.
Johnson, Raab and Javid are advocating financial ruin – the Tories can in no way claim to be economically competent
By promising to leave without a deal in October they might be impressing the Tory base, but they’ll be signing away this country's prosperity in the process
There is not one single force in the Remain movement or in the centre ground that can stop Brexit or break the two-party system. It must be a group effort
It is clear that no single force in the centre ground can either stop Brexit or break the two-party system
There simply isn’t time to to hold a public vote before we are due to leave in October
Like Trump, Nigel Farage stands for nothing but himself. It’s up to us to oust him at the EU elections
Unless good, decent people stand up for common British values, our country will continue down this very dark avenue
He is one of the architects of the mess and managed to curate this disaster from outside of the House of Commons – it's time to take him on decisively