George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
After the Labour leader's victory last week, David Cameron cruised through today's session.
For most voters, the economy trumps migration as the defining issue.
The US president demolished the Leave campaign's economic boasts as he warned the UK would go to "the back of the queue" for trade deals.
To secure Brexit, the Leave campaign must overturn the most stubborn law in politics.
The Labour leader shrewdly exploited Tory divisions over forced academisation.
The Leave campaign's move offers its opponents new economic ammunition.
The risk for the Leave campaign is that financial fears trump immigration concerns.
The US president is a popular and trusted figure in the UK. Opponents of his EU stance should behave with dignity.
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.
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