The Labour MP for Tottenham said Britain could "stop this madness through a vote in Parliament".
Labour's Ukip problem - which cost the party seats under Ed Miliband - shows no sign of going away.
Good luck, enjoy it - and don’t let the monkeys in the cheap seats throw peanuts at you.
A two-party pact, like a friends with benefits arrangements, tends to get complicated quickly.
Nine years of Conservative rule came to a halt with a landslide victory for the Liberals in the Canadian elections.
In a move that will settle nerves in the parliamentary Labour party, the Labour leader has announced his opposition to measures that would make it easier to deselect Labour MPs.
In 1975, Harold Wilson faced a supportive media and a Europe on the up. David Cameron's challenge is far greater.
If the task of keeping Britain in the European Union is left to the establishment, the only outcome will be Brexit, warns Michael Chessum.
Speak softly, and carry a big stick.
Labour has missed Robin Cook since his death a decade ago. It needs his spirit more than ever now, says David Clark
Rather than the win being a result of Labour’s supporter system, or Labour’s supporters being deluded, it could have been something deeper, something more fundamental: perhaps it was a result of love.
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