The party appears to favour having its cake and eating it – yet the dilemma is not insuperable.
The Labour leader's standing was enhanced, while the Prime Minister's was diminished.
If nothing else, the campaign succeeded in changing the mood music around the Labour leader.
The "Brexit election" has not lived up to its billing.
Party figures warn against an early challenge to the leader and say members will need time to "grieve" any defeat.
The links between domestic violence and mass killings are now exhaustively documented. So why the conspiracy of silence?
The future of farming communities like mine in Cumbria hangs in the balance.
Corbyn has fought a spirited campaign but is he leading the party to its worst defeat since 1935?
In the last week the Prime Minister has visited a slew of safe Labour seats.
Marching through a crime scene to a vigil has become strangely mundane.
Both assumed there would be a bigger swell of distaste about the referendum result.
The Zombie PM