By George Eaton - 08 July 01:55
Tory MP Bob Neill's letter to the Metropolitan Police contains no evidence that the law may have been broken in seats other than Falkirk.
By George Eaton - 08 July 11:27
It would give greater legitimacy to Labour funding and force trade unions to make a positive case for supporting the party.
By Kevin Meagher - 06 July 04:41
The growing strength of the Tory right and the anti-austerity left suggests our stable, predictable system of party politics may be coming to an end.
By Owen Smith - 05 July 05:32
Desperate attempts to present Falkirk as part of a pattern of union abuse are as predictable as they are risible.
By George Eaton - 05 July 01:34
If the allegation that the union signed up members to Labour without their knowledge or consent is proven, it could be charged with fraud.
By Rafael Behr - 05 July 11:06
The Labour leader must use this moment to emancipate himself from the machine that won him the job in the first place.
By George Eaton - 04 July 07:38
The Unite general secretary hits back after Labour announces the end of the "union join" scheme and suspends Unite candidate Karie Murphy from the party.
By Ben Cobley - 04 July 10:46
Privileges and patronage are wired into the party's institutions. Falkirk is merely the latest example.
By George Eaton - 03 July 11:15
Of the 14 Labour constituency parties placed under "special measures", just one, Falkirk West, was due to concerns over activity by Unite.
By George Eaton - 27 June 01:25
In a letter leaked to The Staggers, the Unite general secretary hits out over the Falkirk selection row.