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Four things have surprised me during my recent weeks in the country.
Marris claims his Bill is about people choosing to die ‘by their own hand’ – can this be true if they are in need of assistance?
A visit to a city on the edge of Europe highlights the tensions and contradictions of modern Turkey.
The media furore surrounding loans for study seems to bracket them with pay-day loans rather than mortgages.
Why is it that we love making lists? And what does it tell us about democracy?
Was Goldsmith absent to avoid talking about the Super Sewer?
The health service cannot last as it is. We need to consider what we’re willing to contribute to protect it – and our own health.
The NRA have become caricature reactionaries, more like the big state than they care to admit.
Scotland’s drive to lower the voting age poses hard questions about the relationship between the rights and responsibilities of the citizen.
Going forward, we need to roll out a long-term grammatical plan for hardworking speechmakers.
It can be necessary to kill, in self-defence or war. But to do so after consideration with the potential victim under arrest? It’s an abuse of power.
A candidate with one of the best results in the country says that Party members should be treated as more than a means to a end.
Rebecca Coulson: Two million jobs – two million real lives improving – versus the easy words of anti-austerity
The people slinging unsubstantiated words at us are the comfortably guilty, not the beneficiaries of the jobs miracle.
Rebecca Coulson: My experience of hustings as a candidate in this election. And why they are important.
First, a left-wing health event. Second, immensely clever students at my old school. Third, a hustings about motorbikes, chaired by Lembit Opik.