Despite their party's abysmal poll ratings, MPs find cause for optimism on the campaign trail.
Rather than leading the party into unparalleled difficulty, Jeremy Corbyn has merely overseen a reversion to the mean.
Not everything has gone as well as I hoped - but I still think that Labour can win in 2020, says Rosie Fletcher.
More than just money is needed to save it.
Leader says that local authorities must comply with legal requirement for balanced finances.
It’s still not, I suppose, impossible that Corbyn supporters are just inherently more misogynistic than other people. Even if it was the case, could we really blame him personally, when he’s never done or said anything that indicates he might be a misogynist himself?
Accidentally, this Conservative MP has made a better case for workplace rights than anyone else.
George Osborne identified the problem - but the government hasn't provided the solution, says Katie Ghose.
By calling for a "fresh face", Ukip's only MP has brought questions about the leader's competence into public view.
Labour's deputy leader tells David Cameron: "We own liberty just as much as he does, indeed more so".
How does a modern Labour party reframe the issue of work so that it is sustainable and sustaining in the face of technological change?
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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