A two-party system relies on at least one of them being fit to form a government. PAUL SAFFER thinks that might be the problem.
A weak leader, an ageing party, bitter divisions over Europe – ALWYN TURNER remembers William Hague’s Tories.
The general election – how was it for the Tories?
ALWYN TURNER on the life and career of the man who Tony Benn said was too left-wing for New Labour.
He’s meant to be politically dead and buried, but he’s still shaping policy.
The man we should all have been talking about in 2016.
ALWYN TURNER looks at the career of Nigel Farage’s successor as UKIP leader.
How did Theresa May get on with her first conference as leader?
ROGER HERMISTON wonders why the Lib Dems are so reluctant to draw on their rich heritage, and celebrates the career of Archibald Sinclair.
The quick blue Fox jumps over the Labour dog. PAUL SAFFER on the marginal Midlands.
ALWYN TURNER’s instant history of the thirty days that followed the referendum vote.
The worst-ever performances in Tory leadership elections (updated)…