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Johnson is gifting political space to Labour and the Liberal Democrats at a national level.
The government believes that it cannot push through its agenda without removing certain senior civil servants.
No government can be tough on the climate emergency without being tough on flying.
A series of negative adverts by the Fire Brigades Union intended to damage Keir Starmer and Lisa Nandy may ultimately benefit the latter.
With county lines, hollowed-out high streets and overpriced housing, it’s net curtains for ministers who ignore the plight of suburbia.
There are no parallels between the WikiLeaks founder and a man persecuted by anti-Semites.
As well as plans for the phasing out of domestic coal fires and the end of fuel and diesel cars, it’s heavily rumoured that the Budget will include the first increase in fuel duty in ten years.
Unless it learns to truly reach out beyond the narrow confines of the left, Labour may never hold power again.
The former prime minister warns that “retreating into a narrow part of the left has always ended in defeat”.
The unresolved debate of the last five years is whether the 2017 election result was a foundation for the party to build on.