Darren Adam is Leading Britain's Conversation every weekday morning from 1am until 4am.
The results and the reaction from the Stoke and Copeland by-elections
The laws to build the HS2 line between London and Birmingham will be passed later. Are you convinced by the £55.7 billion project yet?
As a heterosexual couple lose their Court of Appeal battle to enter into a civil partnership, what possible reason is there NOT to allow it?
As the Lords debate the Brexit bill, is it their duty to vote to allow EU nationals to stay in the UK?
A London girls' school will allow pupils to use boys' names and clothes in a "gender identity protocol", but can gender really be a choice?
Theresa May says she won't "cherry pick" the best bits of being in the EU. If she really does want the best Brexit deal, surely she should?
As the Government outs companies who underpay their staff, is there any way to stop this other than sending the disgraceful bosses to jail?
Business bosses want the Chancellor to fix tax anomalies that help online giants. Should we do more to protect the high street?
The Met Police's chief is to call for "less suspicion and more trust" when police use guns, but do armed police actually reassure people?
John Bercow is under more pressure after revealing he voted to remain in the EU. What's the benefit from NOT knowing his views?