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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.
Only the Lib Dems are defending the status quo, and bluntly I think we can safely say they are not going to form a government.
She’s able-bodied, can look after herself and is solvent. So why have I started to worry about her so much?
YouGov's MRP - showing a Conservative majority of 28 seats - merely repeats the trend we've seen across the polls.
Regardless of whether you think it’s good or bad, the BBC isn’t particularly different from any other commercial broadcaster.
Your guide to the evening.
The reality is that the job of secretary of state for health is utterly different now from when the Conservatives took office.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn go head to head - as it happens!
The second letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
Why do we only talk about the detail of Brexit when the illusion of secrecy is added?
Voters think that Johnson is a liar, but they think he's simply the apex predator in a political system dominated by lies.