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Stephen Bush is political editor of the New Statesman. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
Implementing the tax risks the US responding with punitive tariffs on British goods in a future trade deal.
The underlying story remains Starmer’s strength but Nandy is gaining meaningful support.
The next Labour leader – rather like the Prime Minister – faces two constraints in filling the role.
Labour MPs have become accustomed to being able to freelance politically. The return to normality will be trickier than many suppose.
The Prime Minister ended this phase of Brexit as his predecessor started it: with a series of irreconcilable promises.
Those former Labour supporters who backed the Conservatives aren’t in search of a new economic settlement – just a better-kept high street.
The Wigan MP has generated a buzz as the candidate of ideas. Now she has to maintain that and build support.
The exit of Jess Phillips from the contest, and focus group support, has benefited the two contenders.
The Wigan MP is inches from the final Labour leadership ballot and now has a distinctive space in the campaign.
The shadow foreign secretary’s campaign received a major boost yesterday, when she achieved her first two constituency party nominations.