Migrants and asylum seekers try to get into the UK on the back of lorries in Calais

Comment: Britain has a responsibility toward Calais migrants

The prime ministers short-sighted indifference goes against Britain's proud history of offering safe haven to those fleeing violence

Police commissioners could be the key to cannabis reform

Police commissioners offer fresh hope for cannabis reform

The devolution of crime strategy to police commissioners opens up a new avenue for cannabis reformer to secure change.

Theresa May's department in turmoil after asylum ruling

Pick of the Week: Sewel scandal, cannabis, and Home Office turmoil

Our top five stories of the week, including the Lord Sewell scandal, possible cannabis reform and turmoil at the Home Office

Kendall could offer Corbyn some tips on strategy, if not idealism

What Jeremy Corbyn could learn from Liz Kendall

Labour is polarised between pure idealism on the one hand and an utter lack of idealism on the other.


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