George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The Prime Minister confirmed that to end spending cuts, voters will need to end Conservative government.
The level of spending cuts imposed since 2010 cannot be dismissed as trivial by Conservatives.
The supposed “leader of the free world” is a conservative who wants the burqa banned, opposes multiculturalism and regrets Germany's openness to refugees.
In defiance of the party whip, 49 Labour MPs backed Chuka Umunna's Queen's Speech amendment.
To Conservative cries of "shame on you!", the Labour leader warned that "we all pay a price in public safety" for spending cuts.
After repeatedly missing their deficit targets, the Tories can no longer present spending cuts as essential.
Jeremy Corbyn's allies will struggle to achieve their ambition to remove general secretary Iain McNicol.
The UK does not need to leave the single market to restrict European migration - it already can.
As the Prime Minister commits to leaving the Single Market and the Customs Union, parliament will seek to take back control.
Britain's party leaders are becoming greyer and more left-wing.