Having relied on migrants to build the economy, do the dirty jobs and staff the public services almost continually since the end of the Second World War, the UK will shortly be in the unaccustomed position of attempting to design a comprehensive immigration policy from scratch. It won't be easy
Disruptions to holidays aren't fun, whatever the reason. Now, let's just hope the intransigence of Ryanair senior management doesn't spoil any further getaways, and the staff at Ryanair are given reasonable terms and conditions
In addition to less pollution, lower energy bills and shorter commutes to work, we might also look forward to less corrupt and destabilising financial speculation, less militarism, and the demise of a few of the world's worst authoritarian regimes
At some convenient point towards the late summer, the Islamophobia inquiry will quietly come to an end with a statement about Boris's writings being ill-advised and distasteful, but that he won't be kicked out of the party. At this point, he'll be free to challenge for a position in Number 10
We should of course fully support democratic socialists: we have to begin with where we are. But, my fear is that beneath their concrete welfare state proposals there is nothing, no great project, just a vague idea of more social justice. In the long term, is this enough?
When you line up Nick Pope in goal rather than David de Gea, Pope isn't motivated to pull off a series of blinding saves because he knows he has the backing of John Smith from Aylesbury. And picking Mo Salah up front isn't canny, it's bleeding obvious.
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