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By Anna Feuchtwang |
29 June 2017
The country is still coming to terms with what a minority government means - once again shifting public opinion has shaken up political certainties.
By Howard Williamson |
So the British people have spoken. We have another Conservative government - but only just.
By Derren Hayes |
The Conservative government's failure to secure a majority has seen an array of potentially controversial manifesto pledges cast into the policy dustbin.
11 April 2017
When Theresa May became Prime Minister she promised that the UK would be a "country that works for everyone". It's a wonderful and bold aspiration.
By Naomi Eisenstadt |
14 March 2017
As she stood on the steps of Number 10, the Prime Minister promised to address the huge issues of inequality in our country.
By Anne Longfield |
28 February 2017
I grew up in Otley, in West Yorkshire, and there's no doubt that my childhood experiences in that small market town influenced the choices I made later in life.
By Paul Ennals |
31 January 2017
Looking around at my friends and colleagues, I see a group of people stunned and unsettled by recent political events.
By John Freeman |
22 November 2016
In her very first speech, the new Prime Minister introduced a new tagline: "families who are just about managing".
Earlier this month, research emerged about how girls and boys differed in their response to stress and trauma.
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