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Forget the media focus on Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer in this year’s local and regional elections, the reality is that each set of results came about through local issues and local campaigning.
Natalie Bennett’s speech heard yesterday in the Lords on the rights of EU citizens in the UK – Why the Settled Status scheme should be declaratory and have a physical record.
One of the defining features of British politics in recent decades has been the critical discussion of European integration. And this election was called because of a major issue about the EU. So surely this is the apotheosis of Euroscepticism?
The announcement of an election pact by three ‘Remain’, pro-European parties — the Liberal Democrats, Greens and Plaid Cymru — is a throwback to 1918, a momentous year for Britain electorally.
The no-deal parliament is hastily preparing for a return to Westminster. Questions on how MPs and campaigners can stop the incoming crash have settled on the spurious ‘government of national unity’ as a bricked-up tunnel to Boris Johnson’s runaway train.