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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 Liberal Democrat leader’s main job today wasn’t to introduce himself to voters, but to the rest of the political class.
The absence of an effective test and trace system is forcing a harmful new lockdown.
The health crises envisaged when the devolved institutions were created could be solved using the policy levers available to devolved parliaments – but the novel coronavirus can't.
The Chancellor is seen as generous by voters but cautious by Tory MPs. How long can he maintain both images?
The government is divided over whether the Covid-19 crisis is something to be lived with or to be lived through.
On Scotland's right to another referendum, the Labour leader is not so different from his predecessor.
The government has opted to make its life considerably harder by not delaying the UK's exit from the EU.
Two new books explain how the failure of Labour in 2019 was not only a problem of strategy and organisation, but also of morality.
Britain will soon have to weather not only a second lockdown, but the increasingly likely prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
The leader promised the sound of the future – but he is still at war with the past.