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Will teacher assessed grades work?

Teachers will assess pupil's grades next year, the Education Secretary said today. Has the decision come too late,...

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Tory nerves grow over Sunak's budget

The Chancellor is expected to announce tax hikes in next week's budget as he looks to bolster the public purse and...

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Will Gove greenlight immunity passports?

Michael Gove will lead a government review into immunity passports. Does his appointment make IDs a foregone...

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Sturgeon verus Salmond

Alex Salmond has pulled out from his appearance in front of the harassment complaints committee, where he was...

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Has Carrie divided No. 10?

Yet more personnel changes have happened in Downing Street, with Oliver Lewis the latest to depart. The weekend...

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The lockdown roadmap explained

Boris Johnson has finally set out his roadmap for easing lockdown. On the episode, Katy Balls talks to Isabel Hardman...

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Isabel Hardman's Sunday Roundup - 21/02/21

Isabel Hardman rounds up the highlights from Sunday's interview shows. Featured today are Matt Hancock, Sir Keir...

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Has Macron stolen Boris's G7 thunder?

Emmanuel Macron has said wealthy nations should begin donating up to five per cent of their vaccines to Africa. It...

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Boris's climate conundrum

While coronavirus has dominated the last year in politics, domestic issues are creeping back onto the agenda. Near...

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Why Starmer is no modern day Beveridge

Today's speech from the Labour leader was billed to be 'Beveridge-style'. On the podcast, Kate Andrews tells Katy...

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Why is the government banking on lateral flow tests?

It's not the Forsyth Spit Bucket, but it may help us ease lockdown. Cindy Yu talks to Fraser Nelson and Katy Balls...

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Will rapid testing bring back nightclubs?

Nadhim Zahawi this morning said that scientists are working on rapid Covid tests to reopen large events. The vaccine...

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What does Boris’s ‘cautious’ approach mean for lockdown easing?

Despite the UK hitting its target of giving 15 million people their first vaccine dose by 15 February, Boris Johnson...

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Isabel Hardman's Sunday Roundup - 14/02/21

Isabel Hardman hosts the highlights from Sunday's political programmes. Today's interviews featured Dominic Raab,...

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Will the economy bounce back after lockdown?

Despite the GDP figures from the ONS today, the Bank of England's chief economist Andy Haldane has written an...

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Is the government doing enough to fix the cladding crisis?

With the government facing a backbench revolt over how to fix the pressing issue of unsafe cladding on high rise...

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Are Tory lockdown-sceptics returning in force?

After a brief winter hibernation, it seems that the lockdown-sceptic wing of the Conservative party is returning in...

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Boris Johnson sets out the new normal on vaccines

At PMQs today, Boris Johnson said the public would need to 'get used to the idea of vaccinating and then...

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China hawks suffer a setback

The government has managed to delay a backbench rebellion on the so-called 'genocide amendment' today, using what...

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Should the government be more concerned about the South African variant?

Latest research from the University of Oxford shows that their vaccine has 'minimal protection' against the South...

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