In England, two elections happened simultaneously – one about Brexit and the other austerity.
The British system exhibits a curious mix of stasis and turbulence.
The relevant distinction is not between Old and New Labour, it is between old and young Labour.
The Labour leader's former campaign director says his supporters have been vindicated.
If only May had offered policies in line with her early rhetoric, people would have had something to vote for, rather than against.
Jeremy Corbyn must capture the hearts and votes of the men and women at the Walsall Gala Baths.
Liberal Britain is not being heard because it speaks incessantly of a past that cannot be retrieved.
Without strong parliamentary leadership and clearer direction from Labour, a broad-based challenge to hard Brexit will be impossible.
Labour is being kept alive by First Past the Post. For true progress, our voting system must change – and Labour with it.
I wonder if Brexit is a magic mirror, in which everyone sees what their heart most desires.
No matter what sort of liberal you are, there is another sort of liberal that you are not.