Send help: The two main party leaders seem unable to make any progress

Week in Review: A circular firing squad of stupidity

A prime minister who rules out concessions before talks, and a leader of the opposition who demands them as a precondition of talks.

Strange alliances? Leavers could get on board with a second referendum.

The Brexit case for a second referendum

Another referendum on Brexit is looking nearly inevitable. If Leavers get on board now, they can help shape it.

Corbyn during PMQs. The Labour leader's 'constructive ambiguity' policy has finally run out of road.

No-confidence fails: Now Corbyn faces his Brexit judgement day

The no-confidence gambit is over. There's no escape anymore. Jeremy Corbyn finally has to pick a Brexit policy.

People's Vote protestors watching May's defeat on a large screen outside parliament

Historic defeat: May faces her day of judgement

We've rarely seen a humiliation on this scale in our lifetime. This is what happens next.

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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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