The shadow equalities minister is standing down after her controversial article sparked accusations of racism.
Normally? A coin toss, or names from a hat.
We're set for 45 more female MPs after this election, but the UK is still a generation from parity
Labour could win 45 of London's 73 seats
“What are you going to do about drugs?” asked a man in the street.
As we head into election day, the polls are still neck-and-neck – meaning that neither Labour nor the Tory party is likely to be able to form a majority government. So, what happens now?
The governing class has a habit of making up the constitution. It's time they showed a commitment to it.
Austerity was a choice and one not born from economic reasoning but political ideology: a desire to dismantle the benefit system and with it, the state.
That we've failed to have a serious discussion about foreign policy during the campaign reveals much about our politics.
Both Labour and the Tories can boast of moving the centre ground in their favour. But it is perhaps Ukip that has had the greatest influence.