While we campaign against misogyny, we must not fall into the trap of thinking Labour is above it; doing so lets women members down and puts the party in danger of not taking them seriously when they report incidents.
Shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher backs "Agent of Change" principle to protect venues against developers.
Edmund Burke could be a pretentious so-and-so, but he wasn't always wrong, says Chris Bryant.
With their parties dividided, David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn have an interest in the third runway saga continuing.
The Prime Minister has praised the man who was caught on video telling the Leytonstone attacker "You ain't no Muslim, bruv".
Ten years ago today, David Cameron promised a different type of Conservatism. He hasn't delivered.
Genuine progress is still possible in Paris - but real leadership is needed, now and in the future.
It’s often said that all political careers end in failure, it just seems that Grayling’s seems to failing before it has ended.
All politics is local.
What we can infer from this result about Labour’s wider electoral prospects is less clear. Jim McMahon has been widely praised, and it was a conscious decision by Labour to put their candidate front and centre, while their leader appeared almost exclusively on Ukip literature. Indeed the personal-versus-party vote is a theme likely to be revisited against the backdrop of next year's mayoral elections.
Most of the media, activists from both sides and politicians were surprised by Labour's big victory in Oldham West. What were we missing?
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