The party leader is making gains internally at least.
Promising a Women's Advisory Board isn't enough.
The First Minister unveiled "Scotland's biggest ever listening exercise".
Talk of scrapping the Human Rights Act is part of a pattern of insensitivity.
The Tories vetoed the EU's attempts to protect our steel industry.
The leader's allies believe demonstrating greater competence will bring enough of the rebels back on side.
Except when it comes to the PLP.
Backbencher Clive Betts has tabled a motion for Monday's Parliamentary Labour Party meeting.
Britain is changing, but the NHS isn't changing with it.
Housing benefit doesn't match the reality of the rental market.
Like it or not, Britain is leaving the EU.
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