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The party is near-united on this strategy: but is this the only way to get back into No 10?
At a time when the world urgently needs climate leadership, Rishi Sunak desperately failed to provide it.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman finds Labour voters divided over the party’s identity, and lacking confidence that it can win back Scotland.
The Budget showed both parties want a debate about austerity and who could best promote economic recovery.
The Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts that unemployment will rise to 164 per cent of pre-Covid levels once the furlough scheme ends.
The First Minister defended her handling of the allegations against Alex Salmond with suppleness and surgical precision.
By focusing on fairy tales, Dyhouse gives a sense of narrative cohesion to the fitful, complex, uneven revolution in postwar family life.
Channon was a snobbish, sexually voracious Tory who revered Hitler – and a new edition of his journals shines a startling light on interwar Britain.
After Greenslade’s declaration of support for the IRA, his high-minded media columns for the Guardian now look shabby.
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Keir Starmer should reject Sunak’s spending cuts, accept his progressive tax rises and promise dramatic investment.