George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The new Prime Minister delighted Tory MPs and dismayed Labour ones with a brutally efficient performance.
After the Parliamentary Labour Party hustings, it is no clearer which challenger will face Jeremy Corbyn.
The new Prime Minister's appointments show greater boldness than many of her predecessors.
Rather than founding a new party, the leader's opponents are planning a war of attrition.
The Prime Minister's final performance showed why even his opponents regarded him as "a class act".
The Unite general secretary is defending Jeremy Corbyn to the last.
By adopting a sign-up period of two days, Jeremy Corbyn's opponents have denied themselves the chance to reshape the selectorate.
The leader will be automatically included in the party's contest without nominations, senior figures say.
Senior party figures believe Labour's National Executive Committee could rule that the leader requires 50 MP/MEP nominations.
Theresa May's experience and the Conservatives' election rules make a victory for the Brexiter unlikely.
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