Tim Bale is professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London. The second edition of his book, The Conservative Party from Thatcher to Cameron, was published in September 2016 by Polity Press.
And Theresa May has reason to worry too.
Taking over in the wake of a contest triggered by the sudden collapse of Theresa May’s minority government is surely Labour’s nightmare scenario.
The party's war over Europe is nothing new.
Jeremy Corbyn will have to decide whether, like some of his predecessors, to stay on - or resign immediately.
Liam Fox is not the first Tory trade spokesman to take a jaded view of those whose vested interests the Conservative Party is supposed to promote.
Will the former PM soon not just be gone, but forgotten?
New polling shows that political prejudice against Jews is neither widespread nor non-existent.
The price for loyalty looks like being long-term opposition. Sometimes exiting can be brave.
Lord Parkinson will be largely remembered for his affair. But his organisational contribution to the Conservative Party is his biggest legacy.
Labour's self-described mainstream has much to answer for, says Tim Bale.