"Testing prisoners for drugs simply cannot keep up with the rate at which new psychoactive substances are being developed"

The Spice epidemic in jails is a product of government policy

As conditions inside prisons have deteriorated, demand for Spice has rocketed

"One in every eight workers now lives in poverty"

The myth that work always pays is finally exposed

More people may now be in work but millions are still living in poverty

"In many ways, Blair is emblematic of the type of politics the electorate rejected during Brexit."

Blair's legacy is mixed but we need him now

Could we see the rebirth of Blair through his new institute?

"This by-election is significant in so many ways"

Richmond victory helps mend the Brexit heartbreak

If Richmond means we avoid a hard Brexit, we may end up being grateful to Goldsmith


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