Labour MPs (left to right) Chris Leslie, Mike Gapes, Ann Coffey, Luciana Berger, Angela Smith, Chuka Umunna and Gavin Shuker announce their resignations today.

Labour split: The head says no, the heart says yes

On the face of it, this looks a tactical mistake. But the sight of MPs finally speaking truthfully about the state of Britain's politics was too positive to resist.

This is your brain on Brexit: Leaving the EU seems to have driven Downing Street insane.

Week in Review: If the govt really believes what it is saying, it has lost touch with reality

Downing Street's statement following its latest defeat in the Commons is bordering on functionally insane.

The prime minister leaves Westminster following a Brexit vote she did not attend.

May's latest Brexit defeat: The edifice of nonsense comes tumbling down

The government has been defeated by MPs on propositions that they themselves backed two weeks ago. The whole edifice of blather and nonsense is coming tumbling down.

Hard border: Concerns about infrastructure have started to dominate the Brexit debate.

These irresponsible Brexit games are dealing a body-blow to the Irish peace process

The absence of a hard border is not the peace, but it makes peace work. Threatening it is an act of historic vandalism.

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"Pay and exploitative employment are the real problems faced in modern Britain"

Labour's plans for a real living wage would be life changing for many people

A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty

"They refuse to acknowledge the problems working class people of this country face day in, day out"

Budget Tories out of touch once again

The government's incompetence has shifted attention away from the real issues at hand

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