By Rowenna Davis - 09 November 01:28
Glasman's Blue Labour movement has found a cause in the fight to stop the Port of Dover being privatised.
By Rowenna Davis - 08 January 09:50
The Labour leader indulges contradictory positions in his entourage. He needs to choose a course and
By Rafael Behr - 05 January 02:38
Anxiety in the party about the leader's strategy of creeping up quietly on the coalition is building
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 10 November 02:48
It was "quite a moment", said Jon Cruddas, to be considering the legacy of Clement Attlee.
By Rowenna Davis - 06 November 10:42
Six months into the job, I'm trying to do things differently.
By Rowenna Davis - 03 November 02:56
A campaign against an affairs website, and the company that hosts it, is open ground for Labour.
By Marc Stears - 02 October 11:54
Can we give substance to Ed Miliband's vision?
By Rowenna Davis - 29 September 01:43
The three reasons why Miliband's speech could have been considered "Blue Labour".
By Sophie Elmhirst - 26 September 05:18
The Labour peer continues to promote his particular brand of anti-managerial politics.