By Dan Hodges - 30 January

In 1995, just as people were beginning to get their head round the fact Labour was heading for government, a memo popped up from Philip Gould telling them they were wrong.

By Rafael Behr - 24 January

It is not most people’s idea of a race. The competitors are either standing still or shuffling backwards away from the finish line.

By Rafael Behr - 24 January

It is not most people’s idea of a race. The competitors are either standing still or shuffling backwards away from the finish line.

By Kevin Maguire - 21 January

A campaign is growing to persuade Dame Tessa Jowell to wear the red rosette at the next London mayoral election.

By Kevin Maguire - 21 January

A campaign is growing to persuade Dame Tessa Jowell to wear the red rosette at the next London mayoral election.

By Dan Hodges - 16 January

On 12 January, the Fabian general secretary, Andrew Harrop, wrote an article in the Guardian to coincide with his organisation’s annual conference.

By Dan Hodges - 16 January

On 12 January, the Fabian general secretary, Andrew Harrop, wrote an article in the Guardian to coincide with his organisation’s annual conference.

By New Statesman - 16 January

“England is, indeed, insular and maritime, linked by her trade, her markets and her food supplies to diverse and often far-flung countries . . .

By New Statesman - 16 January

“England is, indeed, insular and maritime, linked by her trade, her markets and her food supplies to diverse and often far-flung countries . . .

Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown at the Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January

Labour’s response to coalition policy sometimes reminds me of the old Jewish joke about two elderly diners in a restaurant: “The food here is terrible,” says one. “Yes,” the other agrees.

Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown at the Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January

Labour’s response to coalition policy sometimes reminds me of the old Jewish joke about two elderly diners in a restaurant: “The food here is terrible,” says one. “Yes,” the other agrees.

Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown at the Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January

Labour’s response to coalition policy sometimes reminds me of the old Jewish joke about two elderly diners in a restaurant: “The food here is terrible,” says one. “Yes,” the other agrees.

By Rafael Behr - 09 January

The Conservatives have made it easy for Labour to like the European Union. The opposition could hardly fail to be fond of something that has tormented successive Tory leaders.

By Rafael Behr - 09 January

The Conservatives have made it easy for Labour to like the European Union. The opposition could hardly fail to be fond of something that has tormented successive Tory leaders.

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