New Statesman guest editor's leading article.
The 26 Labour MPs who voted against the House of Lords reform bill.
91 Tory MPs vote against House of Lords reform in the biggest revolt of this parliament.
With the Tories irretrievably divided, the bill's future depends on Labour.
The party's policy rethink is hamstrung by a lack of detail.
Lords reform is a test of the party's credibility.
The Labour's leader proposal is good economics and smart politics.
Neil O'Brien has underestimated the sophistication of the Labour leader's approach.
It is now 20 years since the Tories won a parliamentary majority. They may not do so again.