The party's newly empowered far left is trying to wrest control of local branches.
History suggests that Labour will do worse in the general election than it will in today's local elections.
MPs have proved ineffective against the tides of globalisation and post-industrialisation.
Campaigns don't really matter, and the Liberal Democrats will do better than the polls suggest.
Unless progressives save as many Labour MPs as possible, the hard left could still be influential after an election defeat.
Mayoral favourite Andy Burnham has pledged 15 per cent of his mayoral salary to end rough sleeping.
From Gordon Brown to Theresa May, politicians' doorstep encounters are stage managed. But it’s hard to ensure that “ordinary people” stay on-message.
Labour's poll share has increased since the election was called. A brief listen to the radio helps to explain why.
Practically speaking, for the next six weeks the country is in the hands of a 25 strong club of advisers. Try naming one.
Like - if you're really worried about overcrowding, why don't you ban Brits from moving to London?
"English" voters are more likely to vote Conservative and Ukip. But the Tories are playing identity politics in Scotland and Wales too.