Theresa May lost because she rejected Cameroonism, but now his approach to party management is keeping her alive.
The government's programme has echoes of Jim Callaghan's last Queen's Speech.
The reliance on vox pops changed the tone of apparently impartial broadcast coverage.
The party has her, and the Conservatives, over a barrel.
Age, not class, is now the defining divide between Labour and Conservative voters.
Britain's party leaders are becoming greyer and more left-wing.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has confronted his party with a clear economic choice.
The DUP might want to speak to some former independent MPs who propped her up, too.
The early triggering of Article 50 and Labour's surge have weakened the Conservatives' position.
The party's biggest gains were in areas where it didn’t need them.
Some thoughts on what I missed, and what'll change in elections to come.
The Zombie PM