It's hard to see how the Conservative Party could credibly trigger another without shredding what's left of their brand.
The reality is that we simply don’t know enough about how British politics will look even in December.
London’s paper and the Conservatives have launched two remarkably similar campaigns in the same week.
Pro-Corbyn candidates have taken all nine of the places elected by party activists on the 39-member body.
The Birkenhead MP’s exit has triggered some odd arguments. Here are four of the worst.
Disgruntled Labour supporters already have a lot of options. Disgruntled Conservative ones don’t – yet.
The paper's claim that the Mayor has failed to act over Labour anti-Semitism isn't credible and will alienate readers.
The voters have changed, but the routine hasn’t.
The case of Ian Paisley Jr illustrates the formidable barriers.
The difficulty for MPs contemplating a breakaway is that it may strengthen, rather than weaken, the politics they oppose.