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.
I am more optimistic than ever before that we can change the trajectory of our country, taking it in a more progressive direction.
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
I am a pluralist who thinks tribalism is overrated, so I can see the attraction of a coalition. But no one has been able to explain to me how the practical hurdles can be overcome
It is the backbenchers who have really stepped up to the plate. Smart amendments in the Commons have consistently scuppered the PM’s plans for a disastrous Brexit
The Labour leader has made a nominal promise to push for a second public vote. But the truth is he will be intensely relaxed if it never comes to pass