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Chancellor Philip Hammond is claiming to be Tiggerish as he surveys the economy. But those looking for a giveaway bounce might be in for a disappointment, says Geraint Johnes.
In the negotiations covering the UK's departure from the EU, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has become a major problem. Here's what you need to know.
Anne Wesemann considers the detail of the UK's proposals for how EU citizens living in the country could be treated after Brexit.
Yesterday [26th June] the Conservatives signed a deal which earns Theresa May the support of Northern Ireland's DUP MPs. A range of academics offer their first thoughts.
Yesterday [June 21st] the Queen's Speech laid out the May government's plans for the next two years. In Ben Williams' view, it showed a wounded prime minister on the backfoot.
Theresa May has yet to seal a deal with the DUP to keep her minority administration afloat. But even if they come to terms, there may be another block to their plans.
Andy Price takes a first stab at what might happen following the surprise result of yesterday's election
One again, there's suggestions we might find ourselves with a confidence-and-supply government. What does that actually mean - and what does it mean for you? Here's what we thought during the 2015 election.
There's not much sweetness in the Tory manifesto. Is Theresa May brave, confident - or a mixture of both? Louise Thompson considers.
Traditionally, Labour has been able to count on support from British Indians - but not any more. Rakib Ehsan asks: what's changed?
Mo' members, mo' problems? Could a large majority bring a downside for Theresa May? Perhaps, warns Benjamin Martill.
The challenges the election presents in Scotland may prove to be Theresa May's biggest risk, believes Will McDougall
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