The concessions the Prime Minister must make to secure an agreement make it more likely parliament - or the Conservative Party - will defeat her.
Faced with the political and economic cost of spending cuts, even the Conservatives are being forced to retreat.
The Prime Minister's promise to end austerity was a mark of how the centre has shifted leftwards.
The party is politically and intellectually exhausted - and it doesn’t know what to do about it.
The Chancellor identified British capitalism’s flaws but offered few answers.
The Labour leader’s speech was a bid for ideological hegemony: forging unity and confronting enemies.
Jeremy Corbyn’s office is said to have feared the post could be used to undermine his leadership.
The deselection of MPs has become easier and future Corbynite candidates will make the leadership ballot.
Planned reforms could make it harder for future Corbynite candidates to qualify for a leadership election.
The economist and peer on the cost of austerity and how “power structures” limit debate.
Faced with the threat of Labour, the Tories have abandoned the ideological ambition of remorselessly shrinking the state.