After expertly manoeuvring to derail Boris Johnson, Michael Gove made his entry at last.
The act of being simultanaeously angry and ectastic at somebody.
It could be just another move in a long-term political masterstroke.
They dialled it up to 11 on day one – and there are still two months to go.
The former mayor has popular appeal but he also needs to prove his gravitas.
Boris could be about to discover a taste for Scottish nationalism.
Those who favour Brexit imply it would be followed either by a European superstate or the collapse of the EU. Here's why neither is in UK's interests.
He claims to not have what it takes to be leader, but only the justice secretary stands a chance of giving the Thatcherites what they crave.
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The swing in betting sentiment the month before the Scottish indyref tells us Boris has his work cut out.
It got top billing in the Queen's speech but is anyone actually any clearer on what the government's prison reforms are?
We asked two academics to check whether the UK hands over £350m a week to the EU, and if it gets £1 back for every £2 sent to Brussels.
The single market is a complicated beast. It won't be that easy for the UK to get the post-Brexit deal it wants.
Bogeymen abound for the justice secretary – not least within the Conservative Party.
Picking and choosing your constitutional conventions can be more trouble than it's worth.
The new wave of academies created since 2010 are very different to those that went before.
New look GCSEs and A-levels will be sat by young people – but they haven't been asked about the reforms.
The proportion of A* grades has remained the same as 2014 at 8.2%.
Reforms to stop students resitting exams are the first in a long line of changes.
Gove wants to shake things up but seems to appreciate that lawyers are at the end of their tether.