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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 accord already has too many enemies.
There are no easy or comfortable options for the Prime Minister.
Many Corbynsceptics disagree only with Ellman's assessment that a Corbyn victory is a possible event.
Ultimately the point of literary prizes is to sell books, champion authors and give booksellers a hand, not to trigger a row
While the Tories and Lib Dems worry about their pitch to voters if Britain leaves the EU before an election, Labour's campaign has begun. But it needs to get through Brexit first.
The Prime Minister needs to decide whether to accept a proposal he previously rejected or blame his opponents for no deal.
The Conservatives' Brexit objectives can't be reconciled with the DUP's. It is still far from clear how that will change.
The longstanding method of fixing Labour selections is to present local members with a false choice, but it is risky.
Unionists will argue that the difficulties the UK has had exiting a 40-year union highlight the challenge of leaving a 400-year one.
A controversial GQ interview and the ousting of Karie Murphy has some Corbyn staffers worried that a purge is underway.