Campaigners say the site influenced 871,000 voters and prevented a Conservative majority. The Statistics Authority says its calculations are wrong.
He evidently believes that the Government will teeter before he does, and that his backbench Europhiles lack the gumption to move against him.
The Shadow Foreign Secretary is making pledges her leader seems unlikely to honour.
Losing 150,000 members, and the money that comes with them, has knock-on effects for the Opposition and for the Conservative Party.
On the Cooper amendment, 25 Labour MPs either rebelled or abstained – including half a dozen shadow ministers.
A first-time voter in 2022 will have been born in 2004, a year after the start of the conflict, and have no memory of weapons of mass destruction…
Corbyn is intensely vague on the topic – and is doing his very best to remain so.
If anything, the longer it drags on, the closer he believes he is coming to achieving his real goal.
His focus on leftish politics and local campaigning built the party into a potent force, but left it badly exposed to the dangers of coalition with the Conservatives.
The Labour leader is under mounting pressure to support a second referendum – but time is against one, and he knows it.
The Budget has prompted further disarray in the Labour Party. But they do show a willingness to “compromise with the electorate”.
The magazine has taken a break from conspicuous consumption to blunder instead through the world of history and economics.
His promises are unaffordable, and his spending plans are reckless, but he has started to offer retail policies.
It’s a bold gambit. The Labour Party may be changing, but the people the Shadow Brexit Secretary is taking on still have claws.
Even the Labour Party itself seems aware that the Shadow Chancellor is visibly more wily than his leader.