What we need is cool logic.
The shadow work and pensions secretary reveals he'd like to lead his party in the future but says Jeremy Corbyn will still be in place in 2020.
Shadow work and pensions secretary says it would be "an incredible honour and privilege" to do the job.
It’s oft remarked that Britain is the most CCTV surveilled country in the world but I wonder if we may be the most repulsive one as well. Why else all the pigeon barbs?
This isn't a crude argument about the balance of forces in any future leadership contest. It's about what we can still achieve and all that we share.
Jeremy Corbyn is likely to offer a free vote to shadow cabinet members but try to change party policy.
Unacknowledged Labour, Farron's Volvo - and a case of mistaken identity.
The leader has demonstrated to shadow cabinet members that they will serve on his terms.
David Cameron deflected the Labour leader's questions with barb after barb on his party's strife.
In this personal and provocative piece, Joe Haines, Harold Wilson's press secretary, argues that the Labour moderates cannot "wait for something to turn up" in their battle against Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
As a second carpark becomes the suspected burial site of a medieval English monarch, we wonder: who else is still under the tarmac?
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