The “Corbyn project” could continue without Corbyn as leader but it is harder to imagine it succeeding without the shadow chancellor.
Having already announced £20bn for the NHS, the Chancellor is going to struggle to find the money for the extra spending commitments.
Almost everybody agrees with one of those statements, but hardly anybody agrees equally with both.
The party has ruled out the opportunity to hold ministerial office and pass multiple pieces of legislation.
The difficult truth for the Conservatives is that their best candidate is in a shed in Witney somewhere.
The Streatham MP warned that any split would be down to Corbyn and his supporters in a letter to his local party.
The Twickenham MP’s move means that questions about his future will go away, but turns his party conference into a beauty pageant.
No plan can overcome the fact that the Conservatives don’t have the numbers in parliament to pass any version of Brexit.
London’s paper and the Conservatives have launched two remarkably similar campaigns in the same week.
The president has had his paranoia confirmed in the New York Times.
The politics and the economics of it are clear-cut.