Voters’ assessments of their ability to pay their bills make grim reading. Ministers will need to tread very carefully in the months ahead.
It took a long time for voters to grasp the need for Britain to live within its means during the 1960s and 1970s. It may do so again.
The number of young people into higher education keeps on rising and has gone over 50 per cent. It is nothing to do with any target.
The Conservatives can only win the next election if they sustain the electoral coalition put together by Johnson in 2019.
The new leader’s task will be to turn out as many as possible of those who backed Johnson in 2019. Tories are more likely to think the two would be very different leaders – but nearly half of those we sampled suggested that the choice will make little difference.
Our daily updated guide to candidates and supporters as the contest for the next Conservative Party leader gears up.