The race now moves onto supporting nominations from constituency Labour parties: who will emerge the strongest?
Former PM sharply criticised for telling President Bush in July 2002 memo: "I will be with you, whatever".
The referendum did not ask the public whether they would choose any concrete alternative over staying in the EU.
The membership boost is, inevitably, being seen through the prism of the ongoing power struggle.
Tony Blair left a trail of death and political destruction behind him. But he's not a war criminal.
What it means to be a leader has changed, argues Hilary Wainwright.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has thrown his weight behind Theresa May's bid.
The Home Secretary is in pole position, and Liam Fox is out.
There are five areas that the Chilcot inquiry can tell us about how government should work, Daniel Thornton explains.
Thanks to the plunging pound, he's actually got a pay rise.
Two in three Welsh Labour supporters don't even know who Welsh MP Owen Smith is.
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