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Rafael Behr is political editor of the New Statesman
Cameron's hope of a fantastic compromise over Britain's EU membership is fantasy.
The drift of some Tory MPs into a moralising absolutism is as big a threat as Ukip to the party's election chances.
A new banking deal shows what can be achieved when Tory backbench wreckers aren't stealing the show.
Even those in Labour who were once sympathetic to the idea of working with the Lib Dems have lost faith in the idea.
Pegging the welfare uprating to the 50p tax rate would be an expensive decision in terms of future policy development.
Osborne's benefit cuts will test whether Labour's new doctrine is more than just a slogan.
The Chancellor glosses over the fact that working people feel the brunt of his benefit cuts as much as the jobless.
The Chancellor's plan to increase benefits by just 1 per cent creates an awkward dilemma for Labour and Lib Dem MPs.
British newspapers will struggle to persuade readers to join them in righteous indignation over Leveson's proposals.
The Labour leader has made enemies of the British press. Now he has to present himself as the outsider taking on tabloid bullies.