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Philip Collins is a New Statesman columnist and contributing writer.
Rachel Reeves, Pat McFadden and Peter Kyle are among the Labour MPs who are underused, but the political landscape is going to change soon.
The task of the president-elect's inauguration speech is, as Lincoln said in 1865, "to bind up the nation's wounds".
Brexit has changed voter attitudes towards immigration and soothed their anxieties. But it might prove the only issue that can help unite different Tory tribes.
The left's historic obsession with conveying a "vision" is a vapid distraction that needs to be ignored.
The best position on Brexit after this week is not that it was right or wrong but that it was yesterday.
The question isn't if the Chancellor will impose spending cuts and tax rises to regain control over the deficit, but when.
The world will not come off its axis because Cummings has left his post. But, his exit could be used to the government’s advantage.
Some in the party believe that the the creed should live on even as the high priest departs.
Labour has always had troubled relations with capital – but Starmer’s CBI speech to business leaders could herald a new era.
Hare’s writing is witty but lazy – his Conservatives are all monsters, who are venal and venial at every turn.