Our population could grow by just over 11 million by 2039 – two thirds of which would be the result of the direct and indirect effects of immigration.
A change in attitudes and atmosphere at CCHQ is the vital foundation for any lasting and effective reform.
A widely-circulated article putting it all down to biased teachers doesn’t ring true.
A six-year move from referendum vote to full sovereignty, rather than a sudden ripping away of all ties, is surely what a successful departure looks like.
Far from being put off by his angry denunciations of the status quo, many saw it as a sign of a conviction politician who cared passionately.
A Momentum-esque movement is exactly what the Right is screaming for, and he is cornering the woefully forgotten right-wing social media platform.
Bland, uniform national messaging failed just as hard online as it did on the ground. The Party is playing catch-up, and must get it right.
Labour’s newfound enthusiasm for it is hard to square with its nature or history – including the history of how it was opposed by Tony Blair.
As those familiar with SNP white papers might expect, ‘Scotland’s Place in Europe’ is an exercise is misdirection.
Are we being manipulated so that we accept, in due course, a smaller (but still very large) Brexit bill as a “good deal”?
Free schools are changing lives for the better, and have proved popular despite the early naysaying. Greening must shut down talk of scrapping the policy.
Many of us were denied access to VoteSource, literature and printing resources – and we all had to wait for ever for CCHQ to ‘approve’ any and every statement printed.
Brexit brings unique challenges and opportunities. And my background in campaigning on environmental issues equips me for the job.
I voted Leave because I felt it would present chances to do things better. This is just such a chance.
Plans to make rehabilitation the primary legal purpose of the system seem to have been dropped after the general election.