Despite their party's abysmal poll ratings, MPs find cause for optimism on the campaign trail.
Jeremy Corbyn is ahead among councillors - and looks ever more certain to become Labour's next leader.
Days after saying "taking more and more" refugees isn't the solution, the Prime Minister announces that Britain will accept "thousands" more Syrian refugees.
In a video shortly before voting ends, Stella Creasy responds to Labour members who are concerned at the number of emails they get by reading out some of her own.
If self-described socialists continue to organise outside of the Labour party, they risk depriving the left's main outlet of both talent and voters, warns Michael Chessum.
Climate change, as much as Isis, is driving Europe's migrant crisis, says Barry Gardiner.
The Chancellor is in a tight spot, but expect his political wiles to be on full display, says Spencer Thompson.
Any Labour leader who pins their hopes on getting non-voters to the polling station will be defeated in 2020.
If your country is in flames and your life is at risk, boarding a rickety, dangerous boat is a rational decision. We need to provide safer choices and better routes.
The Labour leadership frontrunner calls for the UK to "offer a place of safety" but won't give a figure.
My own city of Liverpool stands willing and ready to welcome refugees - if the Home Secretary will say yes, says Liverpool's mayor Joe Anderson.
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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