Rishi Sunak's budget is remarkable for its political amnesia. As well as pretending to be a new government (rather than a re-elected one after a decade of mismanagement), it pretty much trashes all the thinking that led to he and his colleagues in the previous decade of cuts that have led to public services being such a wreck.
It is rather as if a husband battered his wife for a decade and then arrived with a bunch of flowers.
Of course, the new spending pledges often just take things back to levels of spending inherited in 2010, and sometimes not even that. And the institutions meant to spend them are so enervated that they will struggle to spend the new largess properly. In particular adult social care can not easily make up for the years of cuts, especially with the immigration restrictions likely at the end of this year.
Lisa Nandy is quite right to ask for an extension of the EU transition period. The reactions of all the Labour Leader and Deputy Leader candidates are published by Labourlist.