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The only oppositions that matter are between capital and labour, and between top executives and everybody else.
The author on iguana burgers, cricket with Boris – and what Russia really knew about Brexit.
Most Tory MPs take a dim view of the public infighting, but the Prime Minister's hands are tied.
New analysis of the party shows an increasingly affluent membership – and its opponents are foolishly delighted.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
We’d be better off quitting dating apps and getting back into the real world.
The jostling for advantage in the party will continue long into the summer and beyond.
The Labour leader has told Theresa May he will back the Tories if the government wants to reform legislation about changing your legal gender.
Where is the wisdom and leadership required to guide Britain through this self-inflicted crisis?