The Ukip leader was his party's unity candidate. But after his defeat in Stoke, the old divisions are beginning to show again
Plus Andy Burnham and the leadership election.
Jeremy Corbyn does worse on this metric than all of his neighbours in London - and all but one of his rivals for the Labour leadership.
There isn't a single inch of the United Kingdom that Labour is entitled to. We have to earn every seat we win, says Ben Bradshaw.
Jeremy Corbyn's against it. Yvette Cooper, Andy Burnham and Liz Kendall are for it. But it will be difficult for any of them to pull together a frontbench that isn't split.
A closer look at the Labour leadership candidate's idea about a “lifelong learning service” that runs “from cradle to grave”.
The power of the old boys' network lives on: privately educated students earn more than those with identical qualifications educated by the state.
There is much to like, much to dislike, and much that has been copy-pasted from Ed Miliband's 2015 manifesto.
The Kazakh government has a delicate balancing act between Russia and China, says David Clark.
Sadiq Khan has the policies, the integrity and the story to win City Hall for Labour, says Oona King.
Labour appears to be having one of its bouts of internal division. But talk of crisis - and words from Tony Blair - are misplaced.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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