A lot depends on the details.
Trevor Philips, the former head of the campaign for racial equality, has endorsed Stella Creasy for the deputy leadership.
Ed Miliband's changes to Labour's internal elections gave the PLP less power over the outcome - but a lot more over the ballot. Some MPs want to loosen the leash.
What government chooses to subsidise - trains - and what it chooses to cut - buses - says more about its commitment to reducing inequality than any number of press releases and warm words.
Former deputy leader Margaret Beckett has endorsed Angela Eagle's bid for the deputy leadership.
Jeremy Corbyn's dash for the Labour leadership could provide the Labour left with a chance at revival - or trigger its swansong, says Michael Chessum.
In an illustration of how regular Lib Dem party members can influence policy, we catch up with the woman whose idea led to the current government’s flagship tax policy.
Selling off national assets to pay down the national debt is madness. The money could be better used elsewhere.
Upholding that European Convention of Human Rights would be the best commemoration of the events of 1215, not dismantling it.
This month’s forced marriage sentencing was a great step forward, but why is it the only one?
Downing Street has squashed talk of a second referendum under pressure from the party's Eurosceptics and Labour. Is it 1992 all over again?
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