Labour MPs dream of being Jed Bartlet.
Charles Kennedy, who as Liberal Democrat leader took his party to their best result since the 1920s in 2005, has died suddenly at home.
Ahead of Brussels visit, leadership candidate says he will "learn the lessons of the Scottish independence referendum" by not joining forces with the Conservatives.
The Wallasey MP has signed up ten colleagues so far.
The emphatic ballot in favour of industrial action at Tata Steel must serve as a wake-up call.
MPs consider alternatives after "break clause" is rejected by acting leader Harman.
There are more men in parliament today than there have been women throughout history.
The Conservatives aren't 11 points ahead of Labour. And, to be frank, if they were, that's the least of Labour's problems.
We need to see things as they are, not as a few with great wealth would have the rest of us believe.
Labour's bond with the Jewish community is at breaking point. What's to be done about it?
Andy Burnham is still waiting for the support of an MP south of Warrington. Does it matter?
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