The shadow Brexit secretary on the resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers, the Prime Minister's speech and tracking down his opposite in government.
The Labour deputy leadership race has gone from a foregone conclusion to a free-for-all. How did it happen?
The Liberal Democrats have increased their membership by 30 per cent since the election, even though they now only have eight MPs. But can they turn members into votes?
With nominations closed at noon, it looks likely that none of Stella Creasy, Ben Bradshaw, Angela Eagle or Rushanara Ali will make the ballot, unless someone blinks first.
Labour’s candidates for London mayor had their first hustings. What did they reveal?
Trevor Philips, the former head of the campaign for racial equality, has endorsed Stella Creasy for the deputy leadership.
Ed Miliband's changes to Labour's internal elections gave the PLP less power over the outcome - but a lot more over the ballot. Some MPs want to loosen the leash.
What government chooses to subsidise - trains - and what it chooses to cut - buses - says more about its commitment to reducing inequality than any number of press releases and warm words.
Former deputy leader Margaret Beckett has endorsed Angela Eagle's bid for the deputy leadership.
Jeremy Corbyn's dash for the Labour leadership could provide the Labour left with a chance at revival - or trigger its swansong, says Michael Chessum.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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