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Politics Today

Premier's political editor, Martyn Eden, looks at what is happening in the corridors of power through a Christian perspective.

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Tuesday saw MPs grappling with the horrific battle of Aleppo, bombed by its own Syrian air force and its Russian allies. Overall 11 million people,... More

The home is most people’s sanctuary, where they can relax and recover from the stresses of daily life, raise a family and invite family and friends.... More

The June referendum did more than commit us to leave the EU, it also exposed the divisions in our two biggest parties. The divisions in the Labour... More

Rumours that Germany and France want to create an EU army have alarmed Brexit supporters. The UK Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon, scotched... More

Corbyn’s critics have failed to see that his movement isn’t interested in institutional politics - it’s about a popular revolution.  More

There are times when even their strongest critics have to admit that MPs earn their salaries. One example was a debate held last week before... More

The British Constitution makes Parliament the supreme legal authority in the UK which can make or repeal any law and the courts cannot overrule... More

Today we are closer to full employment than for many years. During the recession of 2008-9 unemployment statistics soared but now we have record... More

The Cabinet met on Wednesday to focus on the big issues before Parliament reassembles Today. Departments have been working on how they will contribute... More

Both of our political parties are coalitions. That became obvious in the Conservative party during the referendum campaign but the divisions... More