Whoever succeeds Ed Miliband as Labour leader will pursue a more moderate strategy.
As the Labour party promises 1,000 new border guards, and more benefits curbs for migrants, is it entering a race to “toughen” up on EU migrants?
Two-thirds of our political parties in Westminster could be led by women in the near future.
Pledging to scrap police and crime commissioners shows Labour going cold on holding the force to account.
The Labour party's response to the alleged Eighties Westminster paedophile ring story strikes a good balance.
"It’s not about Andy, or Ed, or Yvette," Labour's policy review head tells the New Statesman.
Contrary to Yvette Cooper, the evidence suggests that the problem is less severe than commonly thought.
The party's promise to exclude overseas students from any future immigration target puts it on the right side of the economic argument.
The shadow home secretary says Labour will not enter an "arms race of rhetoric on immigration" and promises "a fair, controlled system".
The Tory love-in continues as Cooper praises Peel's "powerful principles".