Labour would certainly not win a general election if it were held tomorrow; but they are heading in the right direction
The showman spotted the rabbit hopping about backstage, but was forced to carry on with his trick
Holding together working- and middle-class voters has been Labour’s historic Achilles’ heel. Can Keir Starmer do what Clement Attlee couldn’t in 1950?
Something borrowed, something blue – Keir Starmer’s vision cedes the initiative to Rishi Sunak
If Keir Hardie were still around, he might ask himself why he bothered to create a political party that has now lost its purpose
Boris’s believable border boasts
Labour will take a long view on borrowing in order to avoid being the party of big tax rises
Allegra thinks it’s all over
Was William Hague overestimated where Sir Keir Starmer is still underestimated?
British sovereignty has been restored – thanks to ERG obstinacy and Keir Starmer’s epic miscalculation