The party appears to favour having its cake and eating it – yet the dilemma is not insuperable.
As party membership soars after Thursday, we should be proud of our new, expanded base.
While attempting to cling on to power, the Prime Minister is making some new appointments.
Plus Jeremy Corbyn talks trains, drains and his allotment.
Jeremy Corbyn turned safe Conservative seats into marginals, leaving his party needing a swing of just 3.6 per cent next time.
Labour, Momentum and Jeremy Corbyn blended the best of traditional canvassing with the cutting-edge of new media and digitally-augmented campaigns.
Everyone really does seem to know everyone else – but then there aren’t that many people to know.
The shift to online readership means The Sun and Daily Mail will have a much tougher time influencing who ends up in power.
Theresa May has also confirmed Brexiteers Boris Johnson and David Davis will remain in place - so long as she's in charge.
The Tories will have no majority for divisive spending cuts in a hung parliament.
It was his policies and the way he campaigned that made Labour surge in the election.
The Zombie PM