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Dianne Hayter on the government’s failure to engage Parliament on what appear to be deeply troubled negotiations with the EU

Directionless travel

Dianne Hayter on the government’s failure to engage Parliament on what appear to be deeply troubled negotiations with the EU Read more

Dianne Hayter on ensuring the new Parliamentary Constituencies Bill prioritises public interest over round figures

Number lines

Dianne Hayter on ensuring the new Parliamentary Constituencies Bill prioritises public interest over round figures Read more

Richard Rosser on the likely challenges facing the government’s post-Brexit Immigration Bill, as it begins its route through the Lords

Resumption of hostilities

Richard Rosser on the likely challenges facing the government’s post-Brexit Immigration Bill, as it begins its route through the Lords Read more

Doreen Massey on concerns that Covid-19 may impact further on the UK's already poor progress on social mobility

Different class

Doreen Massey on concerns that Covid-19 may impact further on the UK's already poor progress on social mobility Read more

Maggie Jones on Labour’s ongoing attempts to ensure the Agriculture Bill will truly benefit the UK’s food and farming sector

Delivering the goods

Maggie Jones on Labour’s ongoing attempts to ensure the Agriculture Bill will truly benefit the UK’s food and farming sector Read more

Simon Haskel on the best approach for the UK to ‘build back better’

A matter of respect

Simon Haskel on the best approach for the UK to ‘build back better’ Read more

Dianne Hayter on the government’s aversion to questions

But answers came there none

Dianne Hayter on the government’s aversion to questions Read more

Alf Dubs on holding the Prime Minister to his commitment to fix the social care sector

More than words

Alf Dubs on holding the Prime Minister to his commitment to fix the social care sector Read more

George Foulkes on the ongoing fight to keep free TV Licences for over 75s

An abdication of responsibility

George Foulkes on the ongoing fight to keep free TV Licences for over 75s Read more

Jeannie Drake on ensuring public good and consumer protection drives government plans on pensions guidance

Dash and back up

Jeannie Drake on ensuring public good and consumer protection drives government plans on pensions guidance Read more

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