There's nothing deplorable about discussing the common interests of the people.
100 local councillors have endorsed Stella Creasy in an open letter to the New Statesman.
To satisfy artificial political requirements, disadvantaged students risk being put off from applying to university.
It's vital that the government secures a global deal on climate change at the Paris summit. Our futures depend on it.
Surely Jeremy Corbyn owes it to his leftwing supporters to accept a helping hand from Andy Burnham, if he's within touching distance of the ballot paper?
The adoption of living wage contracts is one way that the party could reduce the damage from cuts to tax credits.
"Dynamic, articulate and engaging."
Jamie Reed's proposal that Labour merge with the Liberal Democrats is simply a ruse so Labour can finish what they tried to do at the election: wipe out the Liberal Democrats.
Plus: the tube map is rubbish.
Far from deciding the outcome, the trade unions will be largely incidental to selecting Labour's leader.
The parliamentary Labour party is desperate for someone to stop Tom Watson. That's one reason why it's unlikely to happen.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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