Britain's division has been somewhat overstated- when you get past our political labels, people are motivated by similar desires.
Despite heightened chatter about a deal, the basic underlying difficulties make it as unlikely as ever.
Any deal which Boris Johnson provides will be even more hostile to the left than the one from Theresa May. Is Labour's pro-deal contingent so set against a second referendum that they'd accept it?
Alarmingly authoritarian approach to government chimes with experiences under autocratic rulers across the world.
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The need to reduce congestion and to improve air quality has put us on the brink of immeasurable change.
Find out which government department produces the most popular videos on Twitter.
The PM's attempt to force an election has failed. SO what happens now?
Boris Johnson was the first prime minister to lose his very first Commons vote since 1894, after a night of high political drama.
Planning for people
The English planning system is under review. This video explains the issues and loopholes that lie in the current (and proposed) planning policy. It describes how we’d like to shape it to work for local people and the countryside, rather than to profit developers. Find out more at www.cpre.org.uk/planningforpeople
Serious violence is having a devastating impact on children and young people’s safety, wellbeing and future life chances, the NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union has told TUC Congress.
The NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union has deplored the impact of reforms which have led to a narrowing of the education curriculum and the loss of teacher and support staff jobs at TUC Congress in Brighton.
A no deal Brexit threatens to exacerbate the exploitation of and poor employment conditions experienced by many supply teachers, the NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union, has warned.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has welcomed today’s announcement¹ that construction firms will get an extra year to prepare for a major change in accounting for VAT.