My week, including a Lib Dem membership rise, The Avalanches, and why I'm putting pressure on Theresa May over child refugees.
What does visiting Wallasey, Pontypridd and Islington North reveal about Labour’s future?
Sir Shifty may fall in disgrace, but our ridiculous system will endure. No matter what's happening in the rest of politics.
A new book by Richard English suggests that killing can bring its own rewards.
Labour MPs will neither accept Corbyn’s leadership nor abandon the party if he wins again.
Will Self on the militarisation of France, and Boris Johnson at the Foreign Office.
Members didn't vote for him on electoral grounds and believe his opponents would fare no better.
What we need is cool logic.
It’s all thanks to Barry and Anita.
I teach my registrars to be aware how a consultation is making them feel: that can give valuable clues to the patient’s own emotional state.
George Osborne’s austerity plan – now abandoned by the Tories – was the most costly macroeconomic policy mistake since the 1930s.
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