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The Conservative leader still hasn’t mastered the art of debate, and five other conclusions from the ITV face-off.
Candidates and campaign sources admit the party's manifesto launch has been overshadowed by Prince Andrew.
In withdrawing from public life, the Duke of York protects his mother's stunningly successful political project: appearing apolitical.
Less Chariots of Fire and more egg-and-spoon-at-your-kid’s-sports-day.
The campaign for a second referendum, led by the PR guru Roland Rudd and former Labour and Lib Dem spin doctors, was the great hope for Remainers – until it collapsed in a chaos of clashing egos, smears and boardroom coups.
The first of a new series on the constitutional moment and the future of the United Kingdom.
In central London, the usual Friday night concerns prevailed. Elsewhere, on the edge of the same city, people were travelling home by canoe, with dinghies tethered to lamposts where there should have been cars.
The Conservative Party's fake fact-checking brand underlines how competing versions of the truth are corroding democracy.
Alex Niven on lost futures, Englishness and Corbynism.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
In as little as 20 years, Venice will be uninhabitable and many of its greatest treasures lost.