The Scottish vote enabled the Conservatives' rebirth as the party of the Union; the Brexit vote has gifted Theresa May a project to reunite a fragmented right.
Other than Labour, of course.
It is the first time a party in opposition has lost a by-election to a governing party since 1982.
Kenneth Baker, Margaret Thatcher's education secretary, has been in a war of words with one of his successors.
Kevin Maguire's weekly dose of Westminster gossip.
“Homes being destroyed and lives being lost shouldn’t be named after any person.”
How a shake-up of the leadership team has steadied nerves at the top of Labour.
The 49,000 fall in net migration will come at a cost.
Our sincerest thanks to the pop star for bringing one fleeting moment of edge to a very boring awards show.
The French presidential candidate has been compared with a young Tony Blair.
The party’s prospects are in question if it fails to win over the “Brexit capital” in Thursday's by-election.
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