George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The left say that the former leader created crucial intellectual and political space for them.
The former cabinet minister demonstrated rare candour by dismissing the "risks" of leaving the EU.
Politicians at home and abroad are borrowing from the former prime minister's playbook.
The shadow first secretary of state revelled in the Tories' splits.
The Justice Secretary denies that his stance is born of political opportunism.
The shadow housing minister warns that "division" distracts from the task of "being a good opposition".
The Momentum chair on Jeremy Corbyn's electability, mandatory reselection of MPs and the mistakes the left made in the 1980s.
Even if he survives the EU referendum, the Prime Minister faces forbidding obstacles.
The alliance between George Osborne, Ed Balls and Vince Cable signals that the EU is a cause that transcends partisan divisions.
The new mayor of London's landslide victory defied the prejudice of the right and the pessimism of the left.
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