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Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
Labour is still determined to exploit Boris Johnson’s woman problem.
The government’s parliamentary majority was slashed from 80 to just 24, and more trouble lies ahead.
Conservative grandees have hatched a plan to table an amendment that would prevent the government from letting Huawei anywhere near the UK's new 5G network.
Labour believes the government’s response to coronavirus could disprove its claim to be working on behalf of ordinary people.
Should the Prime Minister embrace higher taxes, he risks an internal rebellion by former housing minister Esther McVey’s influential grouping.
Left-wingers at Labour’s top table are contemplating how to act ahead of Keir Starmer’s first reshuffle.
For the Conservatives, borrowing is no longer a dirty word, and the SNP believes it can protect its Achilles’ heel.
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.