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Discussion and analysis of UK politics from the Financial Times' political commentators and correspondents
The prime minister had a dilemma over whether to accept an Andrew Neil interview
As the campaign enters the final week, the Conservative party is eager to ensure its…
Opposition party struggles with anti-Semitism and a new poll suggests a comfortable majority for Conservatives
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign knocked off course by an intervention from UK’s chief rabbi
Do the sums add up on Jeremy Corbyn’s tax and spend changes?
Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Corbyn scored major points in the head-to-head
We examine all the major parties’ campaigns and what might happen next
Nigel Farage pulled out of Conservative-held seats — but is that the right strategy?
The first week of campaigning was beset by gaffes and mistakes for the Conservatives
Britain is heading for the polls on December — what will be the key themes?
The Brexit bill, the parliamentary arithmetic and scenarios of what might happen next
A week of intense diplomacy and the PM has an agreement — will it pass parliament?
After months of stalemate, a surprise in talks between Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar
As the Conservative’s annual conference came to a close in Manchester, Boris Johnson…
What are the constitutional implications of the decision? What will Commons do now?
What if the court decides parliament was not legally prorogued?
Rumours of movement on the NI backstop, plus what will the party conferences bring?
The prime minister lost control of his Brexit strategy, as parliament forced no deal off the table
Is shutting down parliament to further his Brexit strategy wrong or clever?
What was the prime minister’s Brexit message? Plus, the latest no-deal warnings
The chances of success for the Labour leader’s plan to stop a no-deal Brexit
PM ready to force through leaving the EU with or without a deal
FT correspondents look back at a mixed first full week in the job for Boris Johnson
The key appointments by Britain’s new PM, his priorities and strategy