The prime minister has proposed a half-in, half-out plan for a hard Brexit that has pleased no one, least of all the electorate
Citizens from all walks of life and every nation of our country are joining our campaign for a People’s Vote
In the last couple of years, the Tories have achieved a quite remarkable feat: not only have they managed to reinforce their stereotype of being anti-worker, but now they are increasingly seen as anti-business too
This whole sorry mess simply illustrates that you will not be able to resolve Brexit in Westminster
Whether or not it ruins the economy, most have their eyes on the prize – and the prize is the leadership of their party, rather than the good of the country
In 2017, age overtook income as an indicator of voting intention for the first time in modern political history
Stopping immigration has never made salaries higher or public services better. That’s why Labour governments have responded to complaints about an ‘immigration problem’ by tackling the root cause of dissatisfaction
Rhetoric about us becoming ‘rule-takers rather than rule-makers’ is not accurate either
It is already clear to us that a divided parliament cannot give the last word on Brexit. It must be for the country as a whole in a people’s vote.
The suggestion made was that I have been offering unpaid internships in my office – this is not the case.
May’s cabinet ministers are coming to realise that they could be even worse off if she leaves. Meanwhile, Labour is having to nail its colours to the mast
MPs in both Labour and Conservative parties have told me they fear putting their heads above the parapet in this climate because of the way politics is currently being conducted.