It will take bravery and vision, but a deal between opposition parties is the only sensible way to respond to a changed political landscape.
By calling a national vote now, the prime minister can strengthen her own position at home and at the Brexit negotiating table.
He came to power promising a new kind of politics but has spent his tenure plumbing new electoral depths.
We know where Jeremy Corbyn stands on certain issues, but where is the vision? What are the ideas?
Despite pages and pages of proposed amendments, not a single one was passed.
After all the build up, you'd have been forgiven for expecting something a bit more impressive from parliament's debate on triggering Article 50.
Repeated surveys show that most people think the media is biased against the Labour leader. And that's a problem for democracy.
It's not going to be easy to square this circle, but the Labour leader isn't presenting a meaningful post-Brexit vision.
The plan is to start again in 2017, but the Labour leader's key messages are still too vague.
Copeland has been Labour for more than 30 years, but these are not normal times and this is no ordinary by-election.
A year of political upheavals introduced us to the new insurgent tribes.
Caroline Johnson won with a large majority in the by-election in Lincolnshire.
The rules have changed but the former PM still knows how to play the game.
Loach's latest film tells the story of a man who finds himself caught in a harsh world of uncaring bureaucrats, food banks and benefits cuts.
Scottish first minister tries to keep party faithful happy while starting long courtship of the no voters.
It’s difficult to ignore the proto-religious fervour that has accompanied Corbyn on his whirlwind tour of top-level politics.
The right has succeeded in making this a toxic issue. Perhaps the moral option is to take a large step back.
Lots of ground was covered but bridges were not built in Liverpool.
Young people are joining Labour in droves so Paula Keaveney asked her team of students what they really thought of the annual party conference.
Labour reformers toyed with the image of democratic participation without realising what it would actually lead to – a democratic debate. But the next step is not to backpedal against democracy.