22 September 2017

The PM may have done enough to move Brexit talks forward and make the tone more positive, but Bronwen Maddox argues that it remains unclear if there is a deal to be done with the EU that can survive an encounter with UK politics.

21 September 2017

A lack of transparency in the two departments at the heart of Brexit suggests the public cannot get hold of information about some of the most important activity in government at the moment, argues Aron Cheung.

21 September 2017

As the Prime Minister attempts to take back control of Brexit in Florence tomorrow, everyone will be looking to see if she can take back control of her party too, argues Joe Owen. 

19 September 2017

The latest changes in Brexit personnel solve one problem but create a host more, argues Jill Rutter. 

19 September 2017

Universal Credit is in danger of going down in flames because of a decision that is not absolutely intrinsic to its design, argues Nicholas Timmins.

14 September 2017

The civil service workforce has increased for a fourth consecutive quarter. Aron Cheung says the demands of Brexit and growing pressures on public services are driving departments to recruit additional staff.

14 September 2017

Significant questions remain over how the Grenfell Tower Inquiry should be run and whether it can meet the scale of public expectation as the inquiry begins, Emma Norris looks at four of the biggest issues that lie ahead.

08 September 2017

Emma Norris tracks the state of key policies and legislation as Parliament returns

04 September 2017

The Brexit domination of political debate seems unlikely to stop any time soon, argues Jill Rutter in previewing the upcoming September mini-session.

15 September 2017

The Government continues to receive criticism for its manoeuvres to control debate and scrutiny in the House of Commons. Dr Catherine Haddon argues that such battles also show the opportunities parliamentarians have to assert themselves.

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