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Divisions in society leading to 'sour mood'

Divides in British society are unsustainable, the Social Mobility Commission warns.

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Queen's Speech: Labour to force vote on public pay cap

Jeremy Corbyn says his amendment to the Queen's Speech is a "test case" on opposition to austerity.

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We thought Homo Brexitus was the future, but he isn’t winning any more | David Edgar

Values were supposed to have replaced class in the west. Instead we’re seeing the revenge of economicsWhen the far-right candidate for the Austrian ...

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May has missed an opportunity to do politics differently | Rafael Behr

A hung parliament might have been a moment to reach out beyond the DUP. But the prime minister chose to stick with the old rulesMPs putting plans in ...

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Henry Kissinger says Brexit will bring Britain closer to the US

US diplomat believes EU exit is chance for UK to renew transatlantic alliance while keeping some ties with EuropeHenry Kissinger believes Brexit is a ...

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Senior politicians call for lowering British voting age to 16

Caroline Lucas, Ed Miliband and others say rapid changes in political landscape mean younger people’s voices must be heardSenior politicians have ...

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St Nicola turns off satnav for more scenic route towards independence | John Crace

Putting second referendum on hold was a huge concession Scotland’s first minister was making in making no real concession at allWhen a party loses more than a third of its seats at a general election, it tends to concentrate the mind. And Nicola ...

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UK defence secretary threatens military strikes against hackers

The UK could carry out military strikes in retaliation for cyber attacks, the defence secretary warns.

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Lib Dems: Davey rules himself out of leadership race

The former energy secretary says he is putting his family first by not running.

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At last it’s clear: David Davis is against identity cards – except for EU nationals | Afua Hirsch

He once argued powerfully against ‘the database state’. So why does the Brexit secretary now say this proposed ID card is acceptable?Ever since the Brexit campaign promised to “take back control” of Britain, it’s been quite apparent that nostalgia has taken a new front seat in British politics.You don’t need to travel very far back in time, ...

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Policy paper: Business Statements: Office of the Leader of the House of Commons, June 2017

Business Statements made by the Office of the Leader of the House of Commons, setting out the business of the House.

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Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.

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Grant Shapps: 'Our manifesto was appalling'

Grant Shapps says the Conservatives lost seats because their manifesto was appalling

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May's Brexit offer

Theresa May has unveiled her offer to EU citizens resident in the UK after Brexit - what does it say?

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Grant Shapps: Conservative manifesto was world's worst

Voters did not turn against the Tories because of austerity, says ex-chairman Grant Shapps.

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Sturgeon to address Scottish parliament over independence referendum plans - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 10.46am BST Political Scrapbook has a good round-up of some of the best cartoons ...

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Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to make indyref2 statement

First minister to make an announcement on the "way forward for Scotland" following the general election result.

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Stormont power-sharing talks enter final phase

Parties prepare for intensive talks with time running out to restore Stormont's power-sharing executive.

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'We'd support US strike over chemical attacks'

The defence secretary said the government would support 'proportionate' military action

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