Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
The Chancellor is using the reform as a trojan horse for benefit cuts, says Emily Thornberry.
The era of the London "donut" is over.
The Labour leader could achieve greater shadow cabinet unity but at the cost of further polarising his party.
The picture in London is good. Everywhere else, there's little to cheer about
Labour has to move beyond abstraction and think about detail as far as a "better economy" is concerned, says Jonathan Reynolds.
Jeremy Corbyn's promise of a kinder politics is at risk from loose-talking aides, says John Woodcock.
Stephen Bush looks ahead to the coming political year.
The party has suspended its MP while it investigates The Sun's story.
David Cameron's policy chief must do more than merely regret "any offence caused" by his 1985 memo to Margaret Thatcher.
The sacking of shadow cabinet ministers who voted for intervention in Syria would betray the original promise of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
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