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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
No 10's biggest remaining asset is that voters feel no other government could have handled the Covid-19 crisis better.
The Labour leadership has a technical reason not to oppose the restriction on pubs and restaurants, but it may not hold water by tomorrow.
Scientists are warning that new coronavirus measures are urgent but Boris Johnson must first convince Tory MPs.
By addressing private renters under 40, the Prime Minister is appealing to a group that is unlikely to vote for him.
Keir Starmer is laying the groundwork for a government defeat on the 10pm curfew, and three other things we learned at Prime Minister's Questions
The desire for central control means a mistake such as this is visited upon the whole country.
In an exclusive interview with the New Statesman, the Scottish Labour leader speaks of his “anger” at calls for his resignation, Labour's position on independence, and his strategy for the election that may decide the fate of the UK.
One rebellion is off while another is brewing, and what else we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions
This government makes a habit of announcing money it's already spent on policies it was already planning.
Boris Johnson has promised “new measures” as calls to extend the furlough scheme reach fever pitch, and six other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions