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The Labour leader has used an autocue for the first time ahead of his address on Tuesday.
A dash of Fabian gradualism - and a bit more wonkery - would do Jeremy Corbyn a power of good, says Andrew Harrop.
The Greens don't seem to know how to handle Jeremy Corbyn - but abuse isn't the right way forward.
A group of MPs has published what it calls "the first route-map back to winning a majority for Labour in England".
We must prioritise specialist care for Syrian refugee children, says Javed Khan.
In his first major interview since his election, the Labour leader reveals to the New Statesman how he will assert his authority.
The Lib Dem leader's first conference speech suggested that he believes the time for detoxification has passed. It hasn't.
A toxic cocktail of under-pressure local authorities and low staffing has the NHS on the brink.
The party's support for the nuclear deterrent is up for grabs at the coming conference - but with neither side confident of victory, the row may be delayed for a year.
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