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These are the questions on austerity, policy changes, devolution and Brexit that should underpin our domestic political coverage of the crisis.
Stewart is getting more coverage than he deserves because the headline story - of Sadiq Khan's huge and near-certain victory - is increasingly dull.
Despite hints at returning to the days of illegal budgets and a confrontation with Westminster, pain is far from over in a city haunted by cuts.
For people to recognise the value and potential of the United Kingdom, we have to craft narratives that capture hearts and minds in a way that abstract facts and figures alone cannot.
Labour's metro-mayors have questions for the party's new leader.
Despite what Grant Shapps wants you to think, he, not Arriva, are to blame for poor rail services.
The government has more of an interest in appearing to improve the state of northern constituencies than in actually doing so.
As with alternative child poverty statistics, the reality of the situation – and how it jars with the rhetoric of extra funding – will still be clear.
The Transport Secretary should look closer to home if he wants to explain why Northern Rail does badly.
Colombians are united by a fearless and growing rejection of everything that President Ivan Duque represents.
The New Statesman team discuss the campaign's second week.