George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The party did not make the gains needed to be confident of forming a government, let alone winning a parliamentary majority.
In a new era of hung politics, both parties are struggling to revive their past hegemony.
In advance of the local elections, the Labour leader provided his party with a string of shareable clips.
The Italian-American economist discusses her new book on the true meaning of wealth creation.
How one of the world’s richest cities turned against the Tories and embraced the radical socialism of Jeremy Corbyn.
The Prime Minister’s administration resembles a mortally wounded creature that deserves to be put out of its misery.
The former home secretary and EU supporter may now side with Brexit rebels in key votes.
Growth of just 0.1 per cent – the slowest since 2012 – shows how Brexit has further damaged an already broken model.
Vote Leave almost entirely ignored the issue during the referendum campaign.
The Unite general secretary warns in the New Statesman that “Corbyn-hater MPs” can “expect to be held to account”.