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George Eaton is assistant editor of the New Statesman.
Any agreement reached by Boris Johnson will be far inferior to the UK’s current terms: full membership and an array of opt-outs.
Having once appeared moribund, social democrats now hold office in Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
There is no constitutional obstacle to the monarch removing Johnson if an alternative leader wins the confidence of MPs.
As the Conservatives contemplate abolishing the charge, Labour is exploring a lifetime gift tax.
The party has backed transformative policies including a four-day week, a Green New Deal and worker ownership funds.
A 2019 Hansard Society poll found that 54 per cent of voters believe “Britain needs a strong leader willing to break the rules”.
Faced with the threat of recession, the idea of printing money to give directly to voters is gaining ground.
Labour's deputy leader is a Brownite embraced by Blairites, a heavyweight-turned-lightweight and one of the last remaining obstacles to Corbynite hegemony. Now, as he campaigns for Remain, friends say he could yet join the Liberal Democrats.
Boris Johnson and Donald Trump’s embrace of higher public spending shows that austerity was always a choice rather than a necessity.
New books on presidents, prime ministers and their power challenge our preconceptions about leadership.