The whole premise of the show is a pretty good metaphor for the current state of British politics.
In voters’ eyes, Labour’s problem over the last five years was too little change, not too much.
Whoever succeeds Ed Miliband as Labour leader will pursue a more moderate strategy.
The front-runner for Labour's deputy leadership discusses immigration, defence spending and making peace with press.
Tough on crimestoppers, tough on the causes of crimestoppers.
Super pollster Michael Ashcroft on where the parties went wrong – and the one poll that (allegedly) got it right.
In an exclusive essay, Vince Cable reflects on a “devastating” election for Labour and the Lib Dems – and explains why Scotland could become “like Ireland a century ago but without the bombs (hopefully)”.
The reality is that everyone, not just business owners, create wealth.
...and a whole lot of impatient journalists.
The next leader of the Labour Party to win a general election will be the one who owns the scale of the defeat, defines the new coalition and leads the party out of darkness.
Tristram Hunt has confirmed he will not be standing for the Labour leadership, and has instead endorsed Liz Kendall's campaign.