Jacob Rees-Mogg

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Virtual Lords could be here to stay after Covid – but will MPs follow?
House of Lords has embraced Covid-safe representation more than Commons, but many MPs support change

Peter Walker Political correspondent

21, Feb, 2021 @3:02 PM

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New policies to revive Labour’s flagging appeal | Letters
Letters: Tony Rowlands thinks the question ‘whose flag is this?’ might well form the core of Labour’s next manifesto, while Gill Francis suggests everyone reads a constructive analysis by Sally Gimson, and David Beetham is left shaking his head

Letters

05, Feb, 2021 @5:47 PM

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The bill for Boris Johnson’s Brexit is coming in and it’s punishingly steep | Andrew Rawnsley
Ministers say it is just teething trouble. To many businesses it feels more like root canal surgery without the benefit of anaesthetic

Andrew Rawnsley

24, Jan, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Brexit was a typically English revolution – one that left the elites unharmed | Rafael Behr
Our ruling class is expert in maintaining a myth of continuity, and absorbing supporters from the ranks of the aggrieved, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr

Rafael Behr

19, Jan, 2021 @4:27 PM

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We need stronger stories to counter political lies | Letters
Letters: Worn down by the pandemic and Brexit, the public’s outrage is on a slow burner, writes Anna Ford, while Stuart Morris is more hopeful and has some suggestions, as does Paul Tattam

Letters

17, Jan, 2021 @6:41 PM

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Crystal Palace play it safe on coronavirus | Brief letters
Brief letters: Brexit benefits | Happy fish | Government incompetence | Goal celebrations | Pub passport

Letters

15, Jan, 2021 @6:21 PM

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Tony Lloyd MP: 'There’s this recognition you only have a certain time left, so use it wisely'
The Labour MP for Rochdale spent 10 days on a ventilator in April. Still not fully recovered, he talks about what he’s learned from surviving Covid-19

Helen Pidd North of England editor

06, Jan, 2021 @1:46 PM

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Blame the Tories, not Unicef, for child poverty | Letters
Letters: Readers respond after the Conservative minister Jacob Rees-Mogg accused the UN agency of a ‘political stunt’ for stepping in to help feed deprived children in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic

Letters

20, Dec, 2020 @5:46 PM

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It’s Christmas in the Conservative party – time to sling another fib on the fire | Marina Hyde
From the tier system to the Brexit deal or no deal, Tory MPs have an incredibly busy schedule of self-deception to juggle, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde

Marina Hyde

18, Dec, 2020 @1:25 PM

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Jacob Rees-Mogg under fire for dismissing Unicef's UK grants as stunt
Commons leader criticised over comments about £25,000 pledge in south London

Simon Murphy

17, Dec, 2020 @7:10 PM

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This Brexit disaster has been brewing in the Conservative party for 30 years | John Harris
Thatcher helped turn the Tory right into a force for instability – and now we are all living with the consequences, says the Guardian columnist John Harris

John Harris

13, Dec, 2020 @1:35 PM

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Just what is the special Eton magic that allows it to turn out epic oafs year after year? | Catherine Bennett
Who can blame these emotionally stunted old boys from defending an indefensible teacher?

Catherine Bennett

13, Dec, 2020 @8:00 AM

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