The Labour MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath on the shadow cabinet and campaigning with Gordon Brown.
Avoiding any mention of Syria or Trident, the Labour leader's speech to the Fabians focused on his domestic agenda.
There's a bigger story than just pay and conditions, warns Benedict Cooper.
In a world too easily divided into angels and demons, Professor Snape (as played in the films by Alan Rickman) makes the case for moral ambiguity.
The Conservatives must think again about their plans to sell off Channel 4.
Criminal proceedings over abuse claims made against the late Labour peer Greville Janner have ended.
Few expect Learning the Lessons to trigger a rethink among the party's leadership or grassroots, but the report may prove crucial later down the line
Andy Slaughter, the MP for Hammersmith, who went to school with Alan Rickman, pays tribute.
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The Mayor of London is viewed as the one politician who could transform the Out campaign.
A secret report into Labour's defeat will be published next week.
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