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DianneHayter.jpgDianne Hayter on righting legislative wrongs within the Consumer Rights Bill

Whose side are you on, Minister?

Dianne Hayter on righting legislative wrongs within the Consumer Rights Bill Read more

MaggieJones2014.JPGMaggie Jones on one of the saddest legacies of the Coalition government

Supersized classrooms

Maggie Jones on one of the saddest legacies of the Coalition government Read more

Jan_Royall_Generation_Citizen4x3.jpgJan Royall reflects on the state of UK politics and the work to be done to meet public concerns

Beyond jam and Jerusalem

Jan Royall reflects on the state of UK politics and the work to be done to meet public concerns Read more

McFall_sml.jpgJohn McFall on why the best future for Scotland remains within the UK

Shared history, shared vision

John McFall on why the best future for Scotland remains within the UK Read more

JoyceQuin4x3.jpgJoyce Quin on the threat of separation felt by many ahead of Scotland’s independence referendum 

Beyond Borders

Joyce Quin on the threat of separation felt by many ahead of Scotland’s independence referendum  Read more

george-foulkes4x3.jpgGeorge Foulkes on a possible new settlement for the UK beyond Scotland’s referendum vote

Staying power

George Foulkes on a possible new settlement for the UK beyond Scotland’s referendum vote Read more

WilfStevenson.jpgWilf Stevenson on placing our concerns with the UK-Columbia Bilateral Investment Treaty on the parliamentary record

BITing points

Wilf Stevenson on placing our concerns with the UK-Columbia Bilateral Investment Treaty on the parliamentary record Read more

JeremyBeecham.jpgJeremy Beecham on the latest nasty plans emerging from the Lord Chancellor’s department

Injudicious review

Jeremy Beecham on the latest nasty plans emerging from the Lord Chancellor’s department Read more

OonaKing4x3.jpgOona King on the coach and horses about to trample around Parliament

Minding the pay gap

Oona King on the coach and horses about to trample around Parliament Read more

Normanwarner4x3.jpgNorman Warner on the rationale behind his Bill on the right to die at home

Last orders

Norman Warner on the rationale behind his Bill on the right to die at home Read more

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