Europe's right-wing populists cheered the result.
Labour have revealed the latest changes to their party's electorate - putting the total number of voters down from 600,000 to 553,954. What does it mean for Corbyn's leadership hopes?
The frontrunner for the Labour leadership's suggestion has sparked controversy, but what is he really proposing?
Behind the headline figures, pressure on renters is increasing all the time.
My sixth form was transformational for me, and I'm not alone, says Christobel Hastings.
A crash could provide Corbyn with a chance to win a hearing. But voters may cling to the Tories for stability.
The surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn may hurt the frontrunner for the London mayoral nomination.
The group dynamics of a leadership contest were always going to incline towards an extreme conclusion of one kind or another, explains Steve van Riel.
Tsipras is still expected to win despite the anti-austerity splinter.
The no-man's land between employer and contractor is rife for exploitation of workers' rights, explains Morgan Meaker.
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