We must stand up and be honest about the economic impact of leaving the European Union before it’s too late, writes Progress chair Alison McGovern
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So that’s it. Theresa May realised she was about to lose the meaningful vote, and she’s responded by trying to take her ball home. Steph and Alison catch up about what’s going to happen next – could...
As the US media casts its eyes towards 2020, Joe Cox and Stefan Rollnick look to the Democrats for inspiration
Vera Baird says police and crime commissioners have had an impact locally, but a broader strategy for tackling violence against women and girls is needed
Stopping knife crime needs local leadership, says Ashley Dalton – but first we must recognise it is more widespread than many realise
Tory cuts have changed the nature of policing, not just the number of officers, argues Pat McFadden
The mayor of London faces a difficult choice on knife crime, forced by a pro-austerity government keen on taking political advantage, warn Jacqui Smith and Conor Pope
Politics is becoming increasingly polarised, and to get out of this mess we need to start having difficult conversations, writes Sarah Hayward
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