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The Labour leader - or Jo Swinson and Ed Davey - will look at this debate and feel a renewed confidence.
The big development is the proposal that parliament's new grievance process will be opened up to previous employees of MPs and the House and not merely current staff.
Boris Johnson’s handling of the Kim Darroch case and the Panorama episode on Labour’s anti-Semitism problem have left MPs on both sides worried.
Conservative MPs are cleaving to Boris Johnson because he is a known quantity, and in the hope that he can steer them through genuine four-party politics.
Civil servants will increasingly feel unable to give candid advice for risk of becoming the story.
A mechanism that hits the sweet spot between Conservative and Labour rebels remains elusive.
Follow ITV's head-to-head debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt - live with the New Statesman team.
There is no realistic hope or prospect that Labour's policy will survive this year's conference in its current form.
And there's every reason to believe it.
How will politicians respond if and when temperatures exceed 50C in parts of the world?