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Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
The Labour leadership frontrunner beat Rebecca Long-Bailey in a ballot of the Corbynite rail union’s members.
The departure of a universally respected Northern Ireland secretary will make his successor’s job much harder.
Boris Johnson wants you to know that he isn’t Donald Trump, and the Conservatives face a fight over defence spending.
Divisions on the Corbynite left have led some to worry that they could lose control of Labour’s ruling National Executive Committee.
The ongoing battle over British railways.
The Conservatives are struggling to own the narrative on climate change.
The left-wing postal union's decision to back Long-Bailey's preferred deputy candidate is a blow to Richard Burgon.
But the Corbynite affiliate's nomination of Richard Burgon comes with a sting in the tail for the left.
The climate crisis has become a new battleground for Labour and the Conservatives.
Supportive Conservative MPs were hard to find as Dominic Raab endured a rough ride in the Commons this afternoon.