A staunchly pro-Brexit Tory peer or an ardently Europhile Labour MP agree that it should be the legislature which sets the law of the land.
Today’s parliamentary bout provides an excellent opportunity to review other vital perspectives on the legislation – and see which approach might be closest to the Prime Minister’s own.
Parliament sports childcare facilities that most working parents could only dream of – precisely to let MPs focus on their job.
It’s no bad thing to have an MP point out the challenges of being a working mum. Conservatives should take note.
It should worry us all that a Conservative government is even on board with the concept of a hate crime.
For his Shadow Cabinet, I would choose media friendly spokespeople, and back them up with deputies more on the policy wonkish side of things.
To respect devolution, the UK Government must not impose such a drastic development on the Province. Is this a test run for England?
There is a mismatch between Government announcements and Commons realities. It cannot attempt reforms without risking them being amended out of recognition.
What exactly are Benn, Cooper and Boles, Creasy, Grieve, Reeves and Corbyn proposing?
It wouldn’t work even in its own terms, because it would have the effect of making the 1967 Abortion Act redundant.
They debate the best speed and shape of leaving.
If Labour doesn’t see itself as a party of power, it’s unsurprising that others don’t either.
His warm words are all well and good, but they have to be backed up with action.
The inheritance of Bevin and Attlee is not just on the back foot, it is beset by people who want to destroy it completely.
Plus: Labour – Alastair Campbell v Labour failure. Tories – Dale v Massow? Labour again: Watson V Flint V Eagle V…. And: Roy Jenkins’s sex life. P.S: I’m getting married.