George Eaton is deputy editor of the New Statesman.
The replacement of May as Tory leader would not change the stance of parliament or the EU.
The Prime Minister has merely delayed the moment at which MPs will be forced to confront reality.
The veteran Bennite organiser on Brexit, Gramsci, the Soviet Union and planning for “when Jeremy and I are both dead”.
Britain’s economic and social discontent helped cause Brexit – and it hasn’t been addressed.
There is no parliamentary majority for a harder Brexit - Leavers’ true quarrel is with reality, not the Prime Minister.
Free marketeers believed that EU withdrawal could be used as a Trojan horse to impose a new economic model on the UK. But this was always a fantasy.
The former Greek finance minister on how a bad Brexit deal became inevitable and his plan to transform Europe.
The problem is not that Theresa May has failed to deliver on Leave’s promises, but that they were undeliverable all along.
The shadow chancellor vowed to abolish the House of Lords, promote collective land ownership and make MPs more accountable.
In the era of Brexit, the UK is becoming a mediocracy – ruled by the mediocre.