With victory regarded as near-certain in the Corbyn camp, thought is turning to how to bring the rebels to heel after victory.
“They’ve been planning this coup from the day Jeremy got elected.”
By adopting a sign-up period of two days, Jeremy Corbyn's opponents have denied themselves the chance to reshape the selectorate.
The former shadow work and pensions secretary is to throw his hat in the ring.
Theresa May's Brexit Government must promise both continuity and change.
There is undeniably an aggressive streak among a loud minority of people who identify as Corbyn supporters. But all politicians have the duty to tone their language down.
The endorsement comes after 14 months of heated rivalry.
The pro-Corbyn rally outside the NEC conference was something of a damp squib.
One August bank holiday, two of Brown's collection of wallabies escaped.
The Labour leader has survived an attempt to block him from the leadership challenge.
Match becoming a grind? Cut to the managers: our dazzling, finger-sniffing rock-stars-in-waiting.
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