Tristram Hunt's resignation makes me feel instinctively uneasy.
Labour's latest party political broadcast is well-made, moving - but politically, a repeat of the old failed strategy.
Even Marco Rubio, the grandees' last, best hope, is running out of road.
New boundaries, a smaller House of Commons and the shift to individual electoral registration all tilt the electoral battlefield further towards the Conservatives. Why?
Only an upbeat, leftwing case can keep Britain in the European Union.
The Tories, who were once the One Nation party, seem intent on turning Britain into a One Party Nation.
The Republican establishment is no closer to identifying the candidate who can stop Trump or Cruz, while Hilary Clinton finds herself in a similar position to Barack Obama eight years ago.
Although the contest has proved less influential in recent years, the New Hampshire primary is still a crucial event.
Kezia Dugdale's proposal rips up the traditional rules of politics - but you've got to admire her candour.
The Remain campaign already has a perfect one in the shape of Nigel Farage.
David Cameron's deal leaves the Europe we hold dear intact.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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