The Labour leader's criticism of police cuts and western foreign policy will resonate with voters.
Tony Blair's account of his record is very different to that of CWU members, says Dave Ward.
The Labour leader turned to song to cheer up the woman, whose home in Cockermouth has been flooded.
This week's New Statesman podcast explores how Momentum is transforming British politics, and the impact of Donald Trump's anti-Muslim remarks.
Advances in medical technologies offer great potential to our health service, but they can require many years of investment and R&D before they hit the market. The government is taking steps to address this, but there is a role for other players too.
The party's Northern Irish branch has rebelled against the leadership, raising the prospect of a split.
Now Jeremy Corbyn is Labour leader, the new socialist party launched by Ken Loach in 2013 is struggling to define itself.
How does Daesh manage the territory under its control?
Without the European Union, the deals that Tory ministers would sign would be even worse, says Molly Scott Cato.
Since their victory, the Conservatives have introduced a battery of measures to weaken the opposition and reduce accountability.
The village of Idomeni is just one example.
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