If they thought voters would buy “Jeremy the spy”, they’d be less worried about whether voters were buying “Jeremy the Prime Minister”.
The notion that the UK will thrive outside the EU's customs union is an ideological fantasy.
The government barely has the legaslitive power for Brexit, let alone direct rule in Northern Ireland.
"Things can't go on like this" is the underlying message of Labour's messaging.
Clue: not very.
Remainers aren’t worried about John Stuart Mill - they’re worried about policy.
The Foreign Secretary is misreading why people voted to leave the EU.
It feels as if the lessons of 2017 - polls can change - and 2015 - polls can be wrong - have both been forgotten.
There is no magic, self-regenerating cake.
It’s time to crack down on the Tories’ ideological obsession with outsourcing abroad as well as at home.
The strategy isn’t stupid, but the execution is.