Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
Corbyn’s refusal to defend his MPs against party activists, particularly in cases linked to the party’s handling of anti-Semitism, does not look good.
The Labour leader sought to calm nerves over deselection with a conciliatory message at the PLP but tensions were soon exposed.
For a guide to how Johnson will do in a leadership election, look at what other ambitious Tories are writing and saying instead.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: unclear election results, the far-right on the up, and social democracy at an all-time low.
The remarks are a “dead cat” to distract from Johnson's personal life and keep attention on his only political strength: Brexit.
The Northern Ireland Secretary’s admission she knew little about the country’s politics says more about May than it does her.
The former foreign secretary’s campaign to bin Chequers has enough supporters to succeed, but not necessarily enough to oust May – or elect him.
The former prime minister called on the party to “unequivocally” adopt the full international definition of anti-Semitism.
Shadow chancellor offers “open door” to rebels and promises to “resolve” anti-Semitism row.
Stories about the Scottish Tory leader leaving Holyrood to succeed Theresa May might be nonsense, but reflect a deeper malaise.