Conservative candidate Caroline Johnson eased to victory as Labour tumbled from second to fourth place.
A first look at this week's issue.
The election of the left-winger would make it easier for Tim Farron to attract moderate voters but harder to win over radicals.
MPs, peers, and figures from throughout the Labour movement and public life have signed an open letter backing Yvette Cooper to lead the Labour party.
To win again, Labour must tackle the perception that it was a soft touch on immigration and spent too heavily in office, warns Ed Miliband's pollster James Morris.
The indifference of Blairism has paved the way for the triumph of Corbynism, says Benedict Cooper.
In response to an FOI, the department said the case studies were for "illustrative purposes" only.
My attack on our last Prime Minister's economic record resulted in brickbats online - but we have to be honest abour our failures, says Labour MP Clive Lewis.
The latest findings from our inquiry make bleak reading, says Jon Cruddas.
Kendall backer Jonny Reynolds says that the numbers are clear: Andy Burnham is the only candidate left who can stop Jeremy Corbyn.
Tessa Jowell has the vision and the ability to make change happen, says former housing minister Nick Raynsford.
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