The whole premise of the show is a pretty good metaphor for the current state of British politics.
Could David Davis really be the solution to the Conservatives' problems?
The British system exhibits a curious mix of stasis and turbulence.
The relevant distinction is not between Old and New Labour, it is between old and young Labour.
I live in a state of perpetual excitement, like a figure in a Quentin Blake illustration.
The Labour leader's former campaign director says his supporters have been vindicated.
The xenophobia during the EU referendum campaign was loathsome.
There’s darkness all around, but music feels like light.
The threat of mandatory reselection will endure as the left seek to permanently transform the party.
It's well in excess of what the party needs to be in minority or even narrow majority territory.
I could be wrong (I often am) but are the main party leaders polarising the electorate?