George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The Labour leader's journey from "undecided" to "In" offers an example for others to emulate.
The Prime Minister only has himself to blame for his accelerated decline.
A wonkish debate over overseas registers suits the PM far more than scrutiny of his affairs.
The Labour leader decried how the UK had been "ripped off by the super-rich".
The Prime Minister didn't just survive the session - he enjoyed it.
In his first major speech since the general election, the former Labour leader made a vigorous social democratic case for EU membership.
The government's weakness risks merely diverting the opposition from its own.
The Chancellor must either abandon his surplus target or adopt a new strategy for achieving it.
The Chancellor's error over disability benefits has intensified his political woes.
MPs believe the Chancellor may go to the country before 2020 if he becomes prime minister.
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