The crushed Liberals are doing particularly well in areas that voted Conservative in 2015 - and Remain in 2016.
Frontrunner Burnham warns that Labour must "take care not to distance ourselves from the last five years" on the issue of inequality.
The arithmetical Everest facing the party means Miliband's successor may find it even harder to convince anyone they can become prime minister.
Ahead of Brussels visit, leadership candidate says he will "learn the lessons of the Scottish independence referendum" by not joining forces with the Conservatives.
The Wallasey MP has signed up ten colleagues so far.
MPs consider alternatives after "break clause" is rejected by acting leader Harman.
Labour leadership candidate becomes the first to formally pass the nominations threshold of 35.
The full text of Liz Kendall's speech in her constituency.
By adopting a pro-business message and admitting the deficit was too high, the Labour leadership candidate has frustrated hopes he would turn left.
As Labour's leadership contenders race to bury the Miliband project, they risk unearthing Neil Kinnock's defeat.
Mary Creagh on why she's running to be Labour leader, how her non-Whitehall background makes her a better candidate than her rivals, and her party's role in causing the debt and deficit.
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