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Left-wingers at Labour’s top table are contemplating how to act ahead of Keir Starmer’s first reshuffle.
The Prime Minister’s pledge to walk away from talks is hamstrung by decisions made by his predecessor.
The shadow Brexit secretary appears near-unstoppable with 53 per cent of the vote in the first round.
Positive discrimination is the only way to tackle Macpherson's unfinished business, says Louise Haigh.
The real issue is the void where an economic policy should be.
Few things are stranger in the post-Brexit landscape than the Tory party’s newfound interventionism. Will it survive political opposition?
Tory MPs who worry about the direction of policy now have someone to be for – not merely an adviser to be against.
For the Conservatives, borrowing is no longer a dirty word, and the SNP believes it can protect its Achilles’ heel.
Johnson is gifting political space to Labour and the Liberal Democrats at a national level.
The government has adopted a new, belligerent tone on Twitter – and the audience is domestic, not foreign.
The government believes that it cannot push through its agenda without removing certain senior civil servants.