Saving Labour's numbers are plausible - but they feel unlikely.
The Lib Dems became the anti-conviction party.
Unannounced rival campaign accuses shadow ministers of "behaving like family members taking jewellery off a corpse".
The shadow business secretary gives a clear pitch for the Labour leadership, decrying the party's narrow appeal.
The race to be Ed Miliband's successor has kicked off, albeit unofficially, with meetings between the key teams and recruitment already underway.
One Scottish Labour shadow cabinet member has quit, and two unions call for Murphy to resign.
Don't let the bastards get you down – choose action over despondency when coming to terms with the general election result.
The now former Labour leader's brother gives a short message of support.
As Labour tries to explain its defeat, look out for the following untruths.
Now that Farage is standing down, who comes next?
Even after the losses of last night, the Labour leader retains his conviction that his focus on inequality is right.
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