Diane Abbott on shadow cabinet doing "the worst thing" by failing to confront "rubbish" policies, why Labour should campaign separately from the Tories on the EU, and how the leadership contest is too white and on the right.
What can we learn from the divisions revealed by the Scottish Labour leader's policy proposal?
With Johnson departing, City Hall is the opposition's for the taking. But which contender will move first?
What does the surge in popularity for Hackney's MP tell us about Labour voters' hopes for the London mayoralty?
The right want Ed Miliband to be more "pro-business". The left want him to abandon austerity. His challenge is to hold the centre.
Diane Abbott and other backbenchers refuse to join leadership in backing Osborne's measure.
"Ed wanted more message discipline," says the former Labour leadership candidate.
Shadow public health minister says intervention "would put me in a very difficult position" as Labour signals it will whip MPs in support of Miliband's stance.
Some in the party complacently assume historic anti-racist credentials are a permanent inoculation a
The privileged will do anything to distract attention from their own power.