The Labour MP for Tottenham said Britain could "stop this madness through a vote in Parliament".
The problem with the John Longworth row is that nobody cares.
Harry Jaffe's new book sets out to discover how a “74-year-old Jewish guy from Brooklyn” ended up appealing to college students, farmers and factory hands as a potential president.
There is a growing appetite in the local party - but both the diaspora and the national party fear the consequences.
The birther movement becomes the girther movement.
In the first of a series, Bex Bailey, a candidate for Labour's NEC, puts her case.
Whatever you think of Clinton as a politician, it's undeniable that she has been castigated for her ambition in a way her male rival has not.
Ethnic minority voters are the key to Hillary Clinton's presidential bid. Why don't they like Bernie Sanders?
The question now is whether Trump can do to Hillary Clinton what he did to the Republican establishment.
What happened - and where do the Republic's politics go from here?
Sadiq Khan looks a certainty in London. But some in Labour are nervous.
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