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The health crises envisaged when the devolved institutions were created could be solved using the policy levers available to devolved parliaments – but the novel coronavirus can't.
The party risks learning the wrong lessons from 2020, warns former Lib Dem communications director Sam Barratt.
Polling for the New Statesman suggests a majority of people would prefer more emphasis on solutions from the Labour Party.
The government is divided over whether the Covid-19 crisis is something to be lived with or to be lived through.
The “third way” of Scottish Home Rule would not have prevented Brexit or the Iraq War.
The government has opted to make its life considerably harder by not delaying the UK's exit from the EU.
Boris Johnson has promised “new measures” as calls to extend the furlough scheme reach fever pitch, and six other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions
The pandemic has given the Labour leader a golden excuse for focusing on tone, not policy.
The UK’s health strategy and economic strategy could come from two entirely different administrations.
The great secret to the Conservatives’ increasingly diverse parliamentary party is their even greater institutional health.
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds wants to outflank the Conservatives as the party of economic responsibility.