Brits are more positive about diversity than Sweden.
A lively debate is raging over whether Scottish Labour should go it alone. That may cause more problems than it solves.
The party is divided over whether the presence of the left-winger on the ballot will help or hinder it.
As nominations close, Jeremy Corbyn speaks to Barbara Speed about his late bid for leadership, the failings of party democracy, and why Ed Miliband should have hung on.
Introducing our special themed week about party membership, running from 15– 19 June 2015.
Labour will spend the next five years outside power - with Liz Kendall, we can make sure it's not ten.
My priority in the run-up to the budget will be relief for middle and lower earners. But George Osborne looks determined to give a handout to the rich.
How do ethnic minority voters differ on immigration from the public at large?
100 local councillors have endorsed Stella Creasy in an open letter to the New Statesman.
To satisfy artificial political requirements, disadvantaged students risk being put off from applying to university.
It's vital that the government secures a global deal on climate change at the Paris summit. Our futures depend on it.
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