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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.
The Prime Minister has agreed to two one-on-one debates with Jeremy Corbyn. Here's why he could end up regretting it.
If the Prime Minister pulls off a large election victory, Conservative MPs may soon regard him as disposable.
The government needs to reliably ensure that British buildings are firesafe before pontificating about their beauty.
You can promise all you like about infrastructure but you can't deliver on it while cutting migration.
Nothing in EU rules prohibits nationalisation - they do however have implications for how you run nationalised and privatised services alike.
Broadband is every bit as much an essential piece of infrastructure in the modern world as motorways.
People in those must-win marginals hit by the floods don’t want to vote for a “fun Tory”.
The party will include a commitment to scrapping the proposed changes in its soon-to-be-launched manifesto.
Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson have both made Brexit promises with radical implications for the United Kingdom's economic future.
The Labour leader has said something newsworthy – but not in the way the rightwing press seem to think.