Despite their party's abysmal poll ratings, MPs find cause for optimism on the campaign trail.
Irene Clennell came to the UK in 1988, married a British man and had a family. In 2017, she was deported.
After decades as an MP, Diane Abbott finally spoke out about the racist and sexist abuse she faces. But she's not alone.
The Zombie Party is too weak to win and too strong to die.
Even after the Copeland by-election defeat, Labour MPs believe their leader is unassailable.
Other than Labour, of course.
It is the first time a party in opposition has lost a by-election to a governing party since 1982.
Kenneth Baker, Margaret Thatcher's education secretary, has been in a war of words with one of his successors.
Kevin Maguire's weekly dose of Westminster gossip.
“Homes being destroyed and lives being lost shouldn’t be named after any person.”
How a shake-up of the leadership team has steadied nerves at the top of Labour.
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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