Each week The Staggers will pick a new word to describe our uncharted political and socioeconomic territory.
The new Prime Minister's appointments show greater boldness than many of her predecessors.
The new PM promised to fight against injustice. Are her ministers up to the task?
In an unprecedented move, CLP meetings have been stopped until the leadership election is over.
The new Chancellor has limited tools at his disposal.
Those who have signed up as affiliated supporters via unions such as Unite in the past six months will not have a vote in the leadership contest, and must purchase "registered supporter" status.
The new PM is appointing a new Cabinet, but that means some big dogs losing out.
One thing ties all the political revelations of the past few weeks together - a lack of planning.
Britain's new Prime Minister is moving to ensure if Brexit goes wrong, the Brexiteers will share the blame
Raising the barriers for participation in the Labour leadership poll won't put Corbyn voters off.
Britain's new Prime Minister returned to her old preoccupations in her first speech in charge.
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