Analysis What will Tory party look like after election? by Nick Kent | 26.04.2017 Conservative HQ machinations suggest preference for pragmatic figures who will toe May’s line on Brexit - whatever that turns out to be. Expert View Labour gets worst of all worlds on Brexit by Denis MacShane | 26.04.2017 Its confused policies are a gift horse to the Tories. Meanwhile, its weak pro-European credentials make it a sitting duck to the Lib Dems. Comment May has cheek to claim ‘strong and stable leadership’ by Luke Lythgoe | 25.04.2017 PM promises stability over “coalition of chaos”. But current turmoil stems largely from her party’s policies and persistent infighting. Comment Political volatility can be exploited in Britain too by Bill Emmott | 25.04.2017 All over the world this is a time of political upheaval. So why in the UK is it assumed the victory of its oldest party is inevitable? Analysis Landslide would turn Theresa May into Henry VIII by Nick Kent | 24.04.2017 PM says she called snap election because she wants to ram through Great Repeal Bill. This will give her the powers of a Tudor monarch. Comment How the super-rich bought their Brexit victory by Denis MacShane | 24.04.2017 New revelations of five super-rich men’s role in Brexit is more evidence that referendum was victory of the rich, by the rich, for the rich. Analysis Tale of two ‘triple locks’: May’s Brexit manifesto hints... by Luke Lythgoe | 20.04.2017 Daily Mail hails ‘triple lock’ on EU exit pledges. But the possible demise of old triple lock on pensions reveals tough economic reality. Analysis Tactical voting only game in town for pro-Europeans by Hugo Dixon | 20.04.2017 Best election result that can realistically be hoped for is to maximise number of anti-hard Brexit MPs irrespective of party they belong to. Comment May must spell out Brexit plans ahead of election by Hugo Dixon | 18.04.2017 PM is likely to emerge from election with carte blanche to choose the Brexit path she wants. All the more reason to say what that is. Expert View Boris Johnson makes pig’s ear of Syria response by David Hannay | 15.04.2017 Diplomacy following last year's referendum and Trump's election was never going to be easy. Johnson has made matters worse. Analysis MPs fail to learn referendum lessons by Luke Lythgoe | 12.04.2017 Brexiter-dominated committee misses some of biggest failings of last year’s vote: post-truth politics and a low threshold for success. Analysis Brexit report ‘gloomy’ because Brexit reality is gloomy by Luke Lythgoe | 04.04.2017 Brexit MPs slam their own committee’s report as “unduly negative”. The document makes important recommendations based on evidence.