Parliament has put Boris Johnson in a ditch but he is far from dead.
Mary Southcott says Turkey’s attacks on Kurds in northern Syria need to be seen in a wider context
Peter Rowlands sees improved prospects for Welsh Labour, with a new leader who could complement a Corbyn government
Phil Pope makes the case for widening the UK franchise
Andrew Coates on the ideologists guiding the far right today
Duncan Bowie says this Labour manifesto is reassuringly clear with a credible plan for a democratic socialist Britain in the world. Let’s get behind the policies
A score draw is most people’s verdict says Don Flynn, while Labour needs to up its game in the final weeks of the campaign
Julie Ward asks why did we stay silent on the benefits of being an EU member for so long?
Gerry Hassan on self-government, the weaknesses of Labour (and Tory) opposition to the SNP and the need for a new constitutional settlement as the Brexit imbroglio unfolds
This week has seen the same old fake news and Tory lies about immigration. Don Flynn does some myth busting
Laura Parker looks at the history of Britain’s chequered relationship with Europe and says remain and reform must be at the heart of Labour’s manifesto offer