‘We get knocked down, but we get up again’, says the refugee sector this World Refugee Day

‘We get knocked down, but we get up again’, says the refugee sector this World Refugee Day

Fury erupted after the cow was rammed by a police car

Let us not be hypocrites when we look at the shocking case of the runaway cow

Don't lose sight of the everyday customer this election: put customer service at the heart of UK's economic growth agenda

Don't lose sight of the customer this election: put customer service at the heart of UK's economic growth agenda

I've seen nothing in Labour’s manifesto to encourage investment – a prerequisite to encourage growth and wealth creation

I've seen nothing in Labour’s manifesto to encourage investment – a prerequisite to encourage growth and wealth creation

After agonizing inquest, Harry Dunn's family vows: 'His legacy will continue' as fight for road safety rages on

After agonizing inquest, Harry Dunn's family vows: 'His legacy will continue' as fight for road safety rages on

The Conservatives thought they had kept a lid on the tinder box that is Nigel Farage, writes Henry Riley

This time Nigel Farage is aiming higher. Just how will the Tories keep a lid on the tinder box?

We are turning absolutely justified criticism of Rishi Sunak into a national theatre of cruelty, says Andrew Marr

I worry that we are turning absolutely justified criticism of Rishi Sunak into a national theatre of cruelty

The Prime Minister’s D-Day disaster will be remembered as one of the great political campaigning gaffes.

Rishi's D-Day disaster will be remembered as one of the biggest political gaffes in recent memory, writes Andy Coulson

Kids are having energy drinks for breakfast - of course they need to be banned

Kids are having energy drinks for breakfast - of course they need to be banned

Emmanuel Macron is playing Russian roulette with the French Republic

Emmanuel Macron is playing Russian roulette with the French Republic

Action meet consequence: Douglas Ross' decision to resign could cost his party dearly

Action meet consequence: Douglas Ross' decision to resign could cost his party dearly

Rishi Sunak has sparked outrage with his decision to skip a D-Day ceremony

Furore over Rishi Sunak missing D-Day event is overblown

Rishi’s Retreat from Normandy Shames the Conservatives, writes the Lib Dem Defence Spokesperson

Rishi’s Retreat from Normandy Shames the Conservatives, writes the Lib Dem Defence Spokesperson

David Phillips of the IFS says the next government should abolish stamp duty and re-evaluate council tax bands

The Tories are wrong on property taxes - the next government should abolish stamp duty and reform absurd council tax

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Hamish Marr died while trying to rescue troops at Dunkirk in 1940. Andrew Marr has shared his story for the first time

Today on D-Day’s 80th anniversary I remember my uncle Hamish who died bravely during WWII, writes Andrew Marr

Badenoch's anti-trans 'birth certificate' policy could deny services to abuse victims and refugees

Badenoch's anti-trans 'birth certificate' policy could deny services to abuse victims and refugees