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Can you name the new cabinet?

How many members of the new cabinet can you name? The post Can you name the new cabinet? appeared first on Politics.co.uk.

9/11, twenty years on: Political leadership need not involve...

With Afghanistan at a crossroads once again, other societies are mindful of their own nations’ simmering divisions. The post 9/11,...

Who’s who? Raab v. Williamson

How many people know the difference between Williamson and Raab? The post Who’s who? Raab v. Williamson appeared first on Politics.co.uk.

Fixing social care: ‘People don’t want to think about it’

Will £5.4 billion over three years be enough to create meaningful change in the social care sector The post Fixing social care: ‘People...

Who gave the famous parliamentary speech?

Can you match the speech to the speaker? The post Who gave the famous parliamentary speech? appeared first on Politics.co.uk.

Kim Leadbeater delivers maiden speech in Jo Cox debate

Kim Leadbeater delivered her maiden Commons speech today during a debate on the legacy of her sister Jo Cox. The post Kim Leadbeater...

Creating a ‘safe-space’ in investigations: the Health and...

Thomas Reynolds explains why we are urging MPs to make a small but crucial amendment to the legislation. The post Creating a ‘safe-space’...

Spot the difference

What other cases of mistaken identity might yet befall the blundering education secretary? The post Spot the difference appeared first...

Tories break manifesto promise to pass national insurance...

MPs voted to raise NI by 1.25 percentage points yesterday evening. The post Tories break manifesto promise to pass national insurance...

Canadian and German elections put contrasting voting systems...

Should the UK consider adopting a different electoral system? The post Canadian and German elections put contrasting voting systems...

National Insurance rise a ‘regressive Tory poll tax’

"The same old Tory party always putting their rich mates and donors before working people" The post National Insurance rise a ‘regressive...

Within DWP, is anyone asking if benefits are adequate?

Is our benefit system is generous enough? The post Within DWP, is anyone asking if benefits are adequate? appeared first on Politics.co.uk.

Government breaks manifesto pledge to fund social care

Boris Johnson declared that “a global pandemic was in no one’s manifesto”, as he defended the government breaking a manifesto pledge...

A European powerhouse: Angela Merkel’s legacy

We look at the legacy Merkel will leave behind - both in Germany and Europe. The post A European powerhouse: Angela Merkel’s legacy...

We shouldn’t raise National Insurance, we should scrap...

National Insurance should be scrapped and rolled into Income Tax, Ben Cope argues. The post We shouldn’t raise National Insurance,...

PM defends Afghanistan response to angry House

Here's the debate in two minutes. The post PM defends Afghanistan response to angry House appeared first on Politics.co.uk.

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