A YouGov poll shows the Labour leader on course to win by a bigger margin (62-38) than last year.
In an exclusive interview with the BBC, the former shadow chancellor reflects on Labour's defeat and losing his seat.
The MP for the Cities of London and Westminster on why his party's message didn't work in London, and how it can enhance its prospects in the capital.
Margaret Hodge and Oona King explain why they're backing Sadiq Khan for Labour's mayoral nomination
Labour avoided the wide-ranging debate it should have had in 2010. If it does the same in 2015, it will be defeated again.
The leader of the Green party writes why her party is in favour of an EU referendum, campaigning to stay in, and also for young people to have a voice.
Far from revitalising Labour, having an interim leader would just damage it further.
My appeal today to the candidates at Westminster is to stop just telling us you want a referendum, and to start telling us how you're going to win it.
The Labour London mayoral candidate's team includes Heidi Alexander, Marcus Roberts and Polly Billington.
LabourList's membership survey puts Andy Burnham in a strong first place for the leadership, with Tom Watson and Stella Creasy tied for the deputy leadership.
Children have been the biggest losers over the last five years - and as a new report shows, there is more to come.
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