The Labour peer and former Liberty director is expected to join Jeremy Corbyn's team next week.
We created a false impression that we somehow wanted the state to run, control or own multiple markets – rather than champion their repair. That must never happen again.
Yvette Cooper should be a major player in the Labour leadership campaign. But she's struggling to define herself in a race dominated by Andy Burnham and Liz Kendall. What's going on?
The artist and novelist discuss their guest edit and their chosen theme: saying the unsayable.
Who will succeed Ed Miliband as Labour leader?
Public anxiety over the Trans-Atlantic Trade Partnership (TTIP) must be listened to, and addressed.
I was an "ordinary voter" during the election campaign. It gave me a terrifying window into the state of British politics.
A group of Labour MPs write in defence of the party's trade union link.
The hunt for Harriet Harman's successor.
Labour must recover the spirit of Bryan Gould if it is to not only win but govern again.
The full text of Liz Kendall's speech in her constituency.
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