Conservative candidate Caroline Johnson eased to victory as Labour tumbled from second to fourth place.
I was expecting to abstain, but in the end, I voted Jeremy Corbyn, says Neal Lawson.
To win again, Labour must tackle the perception that it was a soft touch on immigration and spent too heavily in office, warns Ed Miliband's pollster James Morris.
My attack on our last Prime Minister's economic record resulted in brickbats online - but we have to be honest abour our failures, says Labour MP Clive Lewis.
Cooper's team criticised by all campaigns after claiming new data shows her ahead of Burnham.
After a weekend following the deputy contenders, I'm forced to admit Andy Burnham isn't entirely wrong.
Peter Mandelson reportedly requested that the 3 candidates step down to prevent Corbyn’s success.
It's a roll of the dice - but increasingly one that seems worth making.
Yvette's speech has changed the game - supporters of Andy and Liz must give her their second preferences, says Liam Byrne.
Gordon Brown has warned against sacrificing power for principle in a speech on the South Bank.
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