The political interests of Theresa May and the man she sacked as Chancellor may align, for once.
Without the European Union, the deals that Tory ministers would sign would be even worse, says Molly Scott Cato.
Either the “US presidential hopeful” is Tilda Swinton in a very convincing skin suit, or we’re all doomed.
If they've put the work in, they've nothing to fear, right?
It's been ten years of failure and deceit.
Labour is rightly focussing on the big arguments for staying in, says Pat McFadden.
Edmund Burke could be a pretentious so-and-so, but he wasn't always wrong, says Chris Bryant.
What we can infer from this result about Labour’s wider electoral prospects is less clear. Jim McMahon has been widely praised, and it was a conscious decision by Labour to put their candidate front and centre, while their leader appeared almost exclusively on Ukip literature. Indeed the personal-versus-party vote is a theme likely to be revisited against the backdrop of next year's mayoral elections.
Most of the media, activists from both sides and politicians were surprised by Labour's big victory in Oldham West. What were we missing?
Jim McMahon was a great candidate, but Jeremy is a great leader, argues Liam Young.
10 million people - more than voted for Labour in May - will be excluded from the new electoral roll.
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