The whole premise of the show is a pretty good metaphor for the current state of British politics.
Labour could find themselves squeezed on both sides by Ukip and the Conservatives.
A continuing squeeze from both sides and an underwhelming leader all add up to a party in crisis.
Nigel Farage has turned on his opponents.
The revelations about conditions at Faslane and the security of Britain's nuclear weapons should worry us all - and underline why Britain should lose its nukes.
The great train robbery?
Tony Breslin, Labour's candidate in Hemel Hempstead, reflects on what went wrong.
“When we knock on people’s doors, I want people to know we are on their side – on the side of the workers, that we are the workers,” said the MP for Harlow.
Liz Kendall, candidate for the Labour leadership, writes an open letter to Britain's trade unionists.
A series of canny political moves and a slew of endorsements have put Andy Burnham in the driving seat as far as the Labour leadership race is concerned - but the race isn't over yet.