Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
Our new report finds that the tax is suprisingly popular on left and right - and harms the overall cause of rebalancing taxes to wealth and land, says Andrew Harrop.
Jim McMahon was a great candidate, but Jeremy is a great leader, argues Liam Young.
Party achieves better than expected victory as vote share rises to 62 per cent.
The New Statesman Podcast takes the political temperature in the aftermath of the vote on Syria.
The internal jousting to suceed Mugabe at the top is well underway - but there is little prospect of Zanu-PF losing its grip on power.
After the Syria split, the leader must choose between cooperation or confrontation.
Labour's last election-winner's post-Prime Ministerial career should trouble the chillaxing Cameron, says Kevin Meagher.
The case for bombing had 70,000 holes in it - but we failed to make it, argues Michael Chessum.
Emily Benn wants the former First Minister to apologise for saying her grandfather would be turning “in his grave” at Hilary Benn’s speech in favour of bombing Syria.
Labour's Ukip problem is deeper than Jeremy Corbyn - it reflects a division long present in the party.
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