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 trajectory of British pro-Europeans is towards another, heavier defeat.
It’s not the amount offered to the NHS that matters, but what people make of the healthcare they are currently receiving.
Words from the Prime Minister cost nothing. Raising revenue could cost Philip Hammond a great deal.
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Lessons from a landslide.
For the EU, the row in Germany is a reminder of the ability of the migrant crisis to cause political crisis across the bloc.
The political response to the tragedy has been both shallow and hollow.
Six shadow frontbenchers resigned in defiance of Corbyn’s instruction to abstain on an amendment to keep the UK in the EEA.
The Labour leader is better at attacking Theresa May than David Cameron, but the advantages of giving up the earlier format are smaller than they look.
Labour leader improved his standing with voters at the last election, when they saw more of him on TV, and he may yet repeat the trick.