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Election, resignation, self-deprecation.
Sepp Blatter, the controversial chief of Fifa, has resigned.
In an open letter to the New Statesman, 14 defeated PPCs from the South and East of England have asked the parliamentary Labour party to put Ben Bradshaw on the ballot paper.
In seeking to undermine the Labour Party, the Tories are putting our most fundamental freedoms at risk.
Andy Burnham has secured a half-century of nominations, including his first from outside Wales and the North of England.
In theory, apprenticeships are great news. But they pose great danger to adult education in England.
At the beginning of the year, even some of Labour's activists didn't know who she was. In just a few months, she could be the party's leader. But who exactly is Liz Kendall?
Charles Kennedy, who as Liberal Democrat leader took his party to their best result since the 1920s in 2005, has died suddenly at home.
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.