Field Reports

News and views from the Field team

News

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    Brexit or Bino?

    A few days short of two years since the referendum, and finally the biggest decisions on Brexit are finally...

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    Russian To Conclusions?

    Theresa May hasn’t had many wins during her tumultuous premiership but her dealing with the Russian chemical weapons attack in Salisbury...

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    Have You Got The Guts To Brexit?

      Deadlock. Posturing. Rumours of Cabinet resignations. Late night negotiations. A fudge that kicks the can down the road....

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    Over To You Mr Corbyn

    From one story of internal division to another, the Labour Party is hurtling closer to having to take a...

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    Stuck In The Middle With EU

    This week, President Trump pulled the trigger on trade tariffs he’d been threatening for some time. In a somewhat...

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    Devolution On The Line

    Unlike in the US or Ireland, abortion has not been a political issue in the UK for a long-time....

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    Labour Failing To Derail Grayling

    For this week’s Opposition Day debate, Labour selected the issues facing East Coast mainline franchise. Having been returned to...

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    Ken’s Leaving Town

    There was a time when Ken Livingstone was feared. Not because he was an enormous, foot-in-mouth, toe curling, sweat...

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    Ten Lords A Leaping

    Assailed on all sides, Theresa May is attempting to balance her minority government on a knife’s edge of competing...

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    Lib Dem Limbo

    While no party came out of this month’s local elections as a clear ‘winner’, perhaps the closest anyone came was the...

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    Brexit Fudge

    Not to be forgotten amongst all the talk of peace in Korea and nuclear war with Iran, Brexit has...

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    Moderates In Heid-ing

    This week saw the resignation of Heidi Alexander from her very safe seat of Lewisham East, in order to...

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    Labour Loses Momentum

    This was meant to be the night that Labour painted the capital red. From Barnet to Hillingdon, via Wandsworth and...

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    A Rudderless Cabinet

    It’s often their own words that gets them. Inevitably they catch up to politicians in an embarrassing display of...

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    May’s Rush of Wind

    Just as things were starting to look a little brighter for our long suffering Prime Minister, the Windrush Scandal...

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