Opposition starting to win over middle-aged voters and make up ground in towns and rural seats.
Liz Truss' deal won't do much for the UK economy, but it has bought the Leave government some much-needed political cover.
A seeming indifference towards failure over the R rate suggests a government which is happy for the virus to spread.
The tribalism of the identity war becomes self-harming against a virus.
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He dragged Labour back to its roots, increased its membership and found a strong audience with Trade Unions. The BFAWU's Ian Hodson pays tribute to outgoing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
This Labour leadership election ought to be a battle for ideas and how we challenge a political and financial establishment that has had the system rigged in their favour for far too long.
Despite the risks of unnecessary deaths and massive morbidity, the theory is increasingly being championed as a viable option on both sides of the Atlantic.
Johnson has vacated the scientific ground, leaving a space for the Labour leader to stake his claim.
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Leading tax adviser and commentator Heather Self and former cabinet minister David Gauke have been honoured for their outstanding contributions to the field of taxation by the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT).
Conservative MP Rehman Chishti is introducing a Bill to the House of Commons today to bring about legal recognition of humanist marriages in England and Wales, with cross-party backing.
A street food wild game recipe leaflet has been unveiled this week by BASC’s wild game promotion body Taste of Game.
Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) suggests the Government looks to make the £500 Test and Trace support lump sum payments free from income tax.