From left to right: Liz Kendall, Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Jeremy Corbyn. Photo: Getty Images
Which CLPs are nominating who in the Labour leadership contest?
By New Statesman - 30 July 23:44

The race now moves onto supporting nominations from constituency Labour parties: who will emerge the strongest?

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Calm down. Jeremy Corbyn hasn't won this - yet
By Keiran Pedley - 30 July 15:47

Rumours of Jeremy Corbyn's victory are greatly exaggerrated, says pollster Keiran Pedley.

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London's housing problem has a simple solution - we need to build more. For that, we need Tessa Jowell
By Ken Clark - 30 July 15:05

We need the Olympic spirit applied to housing, says the former head of London Labour.

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Labour must learn to be radical again
By Barry Gardiner MP - 30 July 13:15

Andy Burnham is right; Labour must learn to be bold again. 

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The real victims of increased tuition fees? The old
By Tim Wigmore - 30 July 8:00

Applications from 18-year-olds are on the rise, including from Britain's poorest families. But part-time and mature students are being deterred. 

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Why has Labour's "swing voter" endorsed Jeremy Corbyn
By Stephen Bush - 29 July 16:40

Jeremy Corbyn has picked up the endorsement of Unison, Labour's second-largest union and seen as the "swing vote" in the Labour party. What's going on?

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25 campaign groups and activists back Jeremy Corbyn for Labour leader
By Stephen Bush - 29 July 13:22

The surprise frontruner for the Labour leadership has been given a boost with the support of 25 campaign groups.

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This isn't the end. It's just a phase Labour has to go through
By Kevin Meagher - 29 July 8:00

Far from ending its terminal phase, Labour is merely repeating recent history, says Kevin Meagher.

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Does a new poll show Yvette Cooper in second place?
By Stephen Bush - 28 July 20:04

A new leaked poll shows Yvette Cooper in second place against Jeremy Corbyn - but there are reasons to be sceptical.

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As Mayor, keeping Londoners safe will be among my highest priorities
By Sadiq Khan - 28 July 16:46

Keeping Londoners safe should be a top priority for any Mayor, says Sadiq Khan.

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An open letter from a doctor to Jeremy Hunt
By Lucy Bradbeer - 28 July 15:31

Your plans are neither safe, nor sustainable, nor morally okay. 

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Social democracy in a cold climate: how can the Welsh government turn around its schools?
By Ross Davies - 28 July 14:47

The Welsh government will have to do more with less.

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We need to talk about Jeremy: why doctors are so angry with Jeremy Hunt
By Benedict Cooper - 28 July 9:35

Jeremy Hunt is at the centre with another row with the medical profession. What's going on?

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The Lib Dem leadership brought their party closer together. Labour's is tearing them apart
By Dan Falvey - 27 July 17:00

The Liberal Democrats' short contest has allowed that party to get back on the road to recovery. Labour's long one has them on the road to ruin, says Dan Falvey.

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I'm more convinced than ever that Jeremy Corbyn is going to win
By Stephen Bush - 27 July 15:12

The polls felt wrong at the general election. But nothing I've seen or heard suggests the polls showing Corbyn ahead are anything other than correct. 

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The time has come for the Greens to come of age
By Jon Bartley - 27 July 12:42

The Greens have a choice: persist with the old failed approach and get the same old disappointment. Or we can take ourselves seriously. 

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I can't even afford to be a property guardian
By Maya Oppenheim - 27 July 11:35

Property guardianships, where tenants trade rights for lower rent, look an attractive alternative. But London's property market means even they are increasingly out of reach, writes Maya Oppenheim. 

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There are two ways out of the wilderness for Labour: Jeremy Corbyn or Liz Kendall
By Michael Chessum - 27 July 8:00

There are two paths to a Labour victory in 2020, argues Michael Chessum: either Labour reject the principles of neoliberalism with Corbyn, or embrace them with Liz Kendall.

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The left/right divide is outdated and unhelpful
By Matilda Murday - 24 July 17:54

Lines in the sand don't make for good policy-making, says Matilda Murday of the Democratic Society.

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Sorry Tim Farron, there's plenty of tribalism in the Liberal Democrats
By Richard Grayson - 24 July 17:16

Tim Farron smacked away the hand of friendship when Ed Miliband offered it, says Richard Grayson. 

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What actually happens at a CLP nomination meeting, anyway?
By Steve Fielding - 24 July 16:16

Steve Fielding, professor of political history at the University of Nottingham, reports from his local CLP meeting.

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Labour needs to win most where it lost the worst
By Paul Hunter - 24 July 14:42

Labour's task is large - but not impossible. The party can still thrive if it pulls together. 

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These are new times - we need a new style of leader
By Jon Trickett - 24 July 9:18

These are new and challenging times for the Labour Party. We need new ways of thinking says Jon Trickett MP.

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Labour didn't just lose because of its leader. The party's campaign tactics need looking at too
By Emma Burnell - 23 July 14:45

There's a danger that Labour's canvassing becomes a religion.

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I'm not a Tory, and I won't be called one
By Alison McGovern - 23 July 12:22

Different people in the Labour party might disagree about how we beat the Conservatives, but none of us want to become them, says Alison McGovern MP.

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The NHS needs to change - but how?
By Harry Quilter-Pinner - 23 July 11:48

When the NHS was founded, chronic illnesses and long-term care were non-issues. Adapting to the new reality means big changes are needed.

The Conservatives are exploiting Labour's weaknesses and addressing their own.
Why the Tories feel so secure even with a majority of just 12
By George Eaton - 23 July 11:46

The Conservatives are exploiting Labour's weaknesses and addressing their own. 

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Who's backing Jeremy Corbyn? The young
By Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett - 23 July 9:10

For Labour's young members, Jeremy Corbyn feels like the fresh start the party needs, says Rhiannion Lucy Cosslett. 

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Chuka Umunna: These are "perilous times" for the Left
By Chuka Umunna - 22 July 18:10

Read: the full text of Chuka Umunna's speech to the Progressive Policy Institute.

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Our high streets need a sense of community just as much as retail
By George Ferguson - 22 July 17:39

Why Bristol will be resisting plans to extend Sunday trading hours, and why the government should prioritise the "social recovery" that David Cameron previously said was his mission.

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