The veteran Labour activist on the release of his new pamphlet, How to Select or Reselect Your MP, which lays out the current Labour party rules for reselecting an MP.
Corbyn was the only offer that could break the spell that was suffocating Labour. At last we could reach the surface, gulping the oxygen of hope and change, but do so amid the burning wreckage of a party unfit for the challenges of the 21st century.
In the wake of the re-election of Alexis Tsipras, Thomas Piketty answers questions on what happens next.
Syriza have won the Greek election with 35 per cent of the vote.
The fate of Diane Abbott suggests it just might.
Podemos, the SNP, the Green surge and even Ukip are all just part of the new politics, says Paul Hilder.
Jeremy Corbyn may be electable – but that would require another financial crash or an improbable swing to the left by Middle England.
The Left's great victory requires a rethinking, and not just from Labour's centrists, says Michael Chessum.
No leader has ever won office with a larger mandate, nor with so little support from their MPs.
In pictures: Labour's diverse history.
The veteran leftwinger - who started the race as a 100/1 outsider - has triumphed in the race to replace Ed Miliband.
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