Katharine Quarmby / June 2, 2017
Disability campaigners are trying to create a "purple vote" to fight back against the pressure of Tory cuts
Quickly nicknamed "the dementia tax," May's social care plan was unpopular. But the wobbly way she executed her swerve on the policy will do her no favours
Martin Boon / May 17, 2017
In calling her snap election, the PM said: "The country is coming together but Westminster is not." But no election can change the fact that the country remains split down the middle on Brexit
"Clarke doesn’t just come across as thick-skinned; he is resolutely unreflective"
She could well become the fourth PM to be killed off by Europe
If it all comes apart post-referendum, Boris is the favourite for the leadership
Cameron's pragmatism has become a handicap
He is less open to accusations of Islamophobia—might that help him crackdown on extremism?
Peter Kellner / March 18, 2016
Voters have given an "a-plague-on-both-your-houses" verdict