Stephen Bush is special correspondent at the New Statesman and the PSA's Journalist of the Year. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
The Conservatives had a reasonably good candidate for the job - but they sacked her.
The joy of the three baskets idea is that everyone gets to tell themselves that it will be their basket that ends up the fullest.
For a minority of Labour MPs, Jeremy Corbyn’s growing hegemony and Tom Watson’s acquiescence are no laughing matter.
Five thoughts on the latest set of polling from the capital.
On both standstill transition and the regulatory relationship, the Brexiteers may already be too late.
If they thought voters would buy “Jeremy the spy”, they’d be less worried about whether voters were buying “Jeremy the Prime Minister”.
The problem is that effective politics is rarely kind or gentle.
In theory, Theresa May is right to try to match Labour’s policy. But could it work?
A libel fee could kill the party. Unless, of course, an expensive leadership battle gets there first.
For a young child whose blackness is more important to them than mine was to me, the film will be a seminal moment.