Here, in a nutshell, is why Labour is struggling to make progress. Its obsession with identity politics puts it at odds with the majority of British people.
Furthermore, I will not attend the Conservative Party Conference if vaccine passports are required.
As the culture war becomes more vicious, we lose sight of what ought to be the elemental precepts of a liberal society.
The moment calls for urgently aligning the agenda for devolution and decentralisation with that of growth and recovery.
For the lost Labour seats of the Red Wall, Labour is simply still the party of Britain-bashing and university Marxists.
All three PMs did about as well as anyone could in the circumstances, and all three, so far as one can see, are doomed.
It should worry us all that a Conservative government is even on board with the concept of a hate crime.
The right to it must be championed even when – no: especially when – remarks are made that we find reprehensible.
The Mayor of London is wrong to seek to erase our common history rather than contribute to it in new ways.
It is also politically shrewd – showing free market radicalism and compassion for the poor.
The former may have won a battle, but the latter will win the war. Diverse, inclusive, victimhood culture is the future.
Collecting statistics on people’s self-identified racial background is one thing. Having ringfenced funding for one racial group is quite another.
It was darkly funny to see Labour MPs claiming that nationalisation could fix signals failures when track infrastructure is owned and controlled by the state.
How the far left uses a feedback loop to shut down people in the short term – and ideas in the long.
But Corbyn is so third-rate he helps to keep her in power, and both of them epitomise a wider decline in political speech.