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It's true that the mood could change when people realise the implications of 'Brexit at any cost'
'They will say the will of the people can’t alter. It can. They will say that leaving is inevitable. It isn’t,' the former Labour Prime Minister argues
Don’t we know that Trump knows that what he’s saying is untrue? We may not be able to see into his mind, but we do have the testimony of Tony Schwartz, ghost-writer of Trump’s memoir, The Art of the Deal: ‘He lied strategically. He had a complete lack of conscience about it’
‘Thatcher’s Children’ have spawned ‘Thatcher’s Grandchildren’, amid prolonged periods of economic conservatism, researchers say
The Conservatives used to be divided over Europe. Now it is Labour. Any leader would struggle to contain the party’s differences
Prime Minister vows never to repeat the 'failed policies of the past' in marked break from Tony Blair's 'liberal intervention' approach
Due to the legacy of the Troubles, Northern Ireland has more immediate need than anywhere else in the UK for a robust human rights framework – after all, human right abuses continue here to the present day
Says 'nuanced differences of opinion' would prevent the pair working together
The Child Poverty Unit is credited with helping to achieve a dramatic reduction in the numbers living below the breadline – but will now disappear, after its staffing was halved
The number has increased in recent months ahead of drive to seize the Isis stronghold of Mosul
'This is not about my returning to the front line of politics. I have made it abundantly clear that this is not possible'
A Labour MP has been heckled by his own party colleagues after claiming fellow members were "bribed" to back Tony Blair’s war in Iraq.
The Labour leader will be 'committed elsewhere' when MPs vote on whether to set up a Parliamentary investigation into whether they and the public were 'misled'
The rules have changed but Tony Blair’s knack for political tinkering might be exactly what the centre needs to win back power. Richard Carr takes a look at the landscape that could allow the former Prime Minister to thrive once again