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A general election held in late November or early December would coincide with period in which the NHS tends to struggle most.
What matters is whether his criticism is correct or not – not what his politics are.
Swinson's ambitious approach has risks, but it's the party's only available way to grow.
How much has the party been changed by Brexit? At the moment, the answer is: not as much as you might expect.
The Liberal Democrat leader has two aims: to stop Brexit and to reconfigure British politics.
The constitution is an intricate tapestry: pull at one thread at your peril, for you may find that the whole unravels.
The Speaker's exit means that his replacement will be picked by this parliament, rather than the next.
The labour movement can agree on what it doesn't want out of Brexit. The problem is what comes next.
The parliamentary Labour party is always jittery around trigger ballot time, and this time their potential for panic is even greater.
We had to test this new software somewhere.
This week has shown his viral potential, and not in a good way.