Austerity: Still taking place, still forgotten in the Westminster debate

Austerity: The issue no-one talks about is still ruining lives

It's mentioned only as an aside, but the austerity policies the Tory leadership candidates supported are still driving people into poverty.

Broken: Can the country's constitutional framework survive the chaos of the Tory leadership fight?

PM without a mandate: Tory leadership fight reveals a broken constitutional settlement

Exactly where will the new prime minister's legitimacy come from? It's not from an election, or a manifesto, or even the referendum result.

The prospect of Boris Johnson in Downing Street is making some people uneasy

Week in Review: Something terrible is about to happen and we are powerless to stop it

Boris Johnson is manifestly unfit to be prime minister, but we must simply look on in horror as it happens anyway.

Polling data shows the Brexit debate is becoming more polarised than ever

A country of purists: the polling which lays bare the death of any compromise on Brexit

New data shows a large majority of the British public now reject any Brexit compromise, and a significant proportion want to vote for parties that feel the same way.

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