Theresa May lost because she rejected Cameroonism, but now his approach to party management is keeping her alive.
History suggests that Labour will do worse in the general election than it will in today's local elections.
MPs have proved ineffective against the tides of globalisation and post-industrialisation.
Campaigns don't really matter, and the Liberal Democrats will do better than the polls suggest.
Unless progressives save as many Labour MPs as possible, the hard left could still be influential after an election defeat.
Mayoral favourite Andy Burnham has pledged 15 per cent of his mayoral salary to end rough sleeping.
The Prime Minister needs to take her job more seriously and choose her words more carefully.
The European Commission has made it clear the Brexit deadline applies to Euratom as well.
Ben Barr, co-author of a key research paper, says "the government has misinterpreted the evidence".
Nothing has happened yet to jeopardise a deal where Britain pays an outsized contribution for the standard of EU access the economy needs
Theresa May and the EU27 are talking past, not to, one another. And it may be David Cameron's fault.
The Zombie PM