By Steve Parkhurst, Senior Editor, USDR.
Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
The death of an American Supreme Court judge shows the stark difference between our two systems
It is the product of a system in which judges and lawsuits have deeply encroached on the proper role of politicians and elections.
Out on the campaign trail, the Tory mayoral candidate displays a steely determination to prove that Sadiq Khan cannot be trusted.
The Labour leader’s support for Remain could well backfire.
Without proper control of our laws, the rest matters much less
There is no reason why he should not continue as PM to preside over Brexit.
Labour’s shadow foreign secretary says Russian President would ‘shed no tears’ if UK voted to leave EU
The Leader of the Opposition was lazy, limp and lacklustre. Labour must be able to do better than this.
How did we get to the point where innocent until proven guilty is turned on its head?
I see that Hilary Benn has been doing his bit for ‘Project Fear‘. According to Mr Benn one of the best reasons for staying in the EU is that ‘President Putin would shed no tears if Britain left the European Union.’ So what?
Clouds are gathering on the EU referendum and the global economy.
It’s impossible to support Jeremy Corbyn without supporting his policy on Trident
The Mayor continues to perform his fan dance on the topic – but doing so comes with risks for his leadership ambitions.
How can Ruth Davidson become the Leader of the Opposition in Holyrood? The leader of the Scottish Conservatives made her pitch to do just that this week, and also set out her own vision for tackling inequality in a speech last night.
The proposed sovereignty Bill is a gigantic red herring
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