Amid fresh conference drama it is hard to decide what's worse: what was done or the way it was done
Tom Clark / September 6, 2019
The coordination in the Commons has given Remainers cheer but the strategy could backfire more easily than you think
Paul Whiteley and Harold D Clarke / September 4, 2019
The result of a general election will be hard to predict. But what do polling trends say about Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn, the Liberal Democrats and the Brexit Party?
Jason Reed / August 23, 2019
Despite what Corbyn might imply, British democracy is good at knocking back populist insurgents—as the career of Britain's most actually Trump-like politician makes clear...
Peter Kellner / June 7, 2019
Labour just about held on but there is huge public dissatisfaction with the traditional duopoly
May’s reassurances will always be vulnerable to repeal by a hardline successor
Marley Morris / April 5, 2019
The biggest hurdle will be the political declaration. But there may be a way to reach consensus
Chaminda Jayanetti / March 22, 2019
Too many Labour MPs have spent their time searching for a unicorn rather than deciding what trade-offs to make. But you can't triangulate forever
Jonathan Lis / February 8, 2019
Corbyn should hope that May rejects his Brexit olive branch. Then Labour must redouble efforts towards an election and referendum
Robert Saunders / February 6, 2019
Historians will ask: how did a pro-European party elect a Eurosceptic as leader?