The Prime Minister's promise of "an end to free movement" is incompatible with single market membership.
The Corbynista comms chief has been keeping a diary.
In 2015, 38 per cent of voters backed a different party to the one they supported in 2010. So what does the rise of swing voters mean for British politics?
The shadow home secretary reflected on a "profoundly sad" year.
The party won't split, Corbynite divisions are growing and MPs have accepted Brexit.
A radical internationalism is needed to democratise the EU and breathe new life into the left.
Labour's so-called "moderates" are going down a dangerous path.
A brief history.
Marina Benjamin on the curious logic of modern identity politics.
The Prince of Darkness is not happy.
The newly re-elected Labour leader will urge the party to unite.
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