Members didn't vote for him on electoral grounds and believe his opponents would fare no better.
Labour needs to focus on the economic cost of Brexit, not make promises they can't keep.
George Osborne and Alistair Darling's dystopian warning is more potent than desperate promises of EU reform.
Euro 2016 could be as destructive to David Cameron as the 1970 World Cup was to Harold Wilson.
The lesson of the 2015 general election is to look for the clues underneath the surface.
A Leave victory would represent the biggest rightward shift in our politics since Margaret Thatcher's 1979.
Leaving the European Union carries a price Labour voters can't afford to pay, warns Jack Dromey.
Bad polls aside, Leave's chances may be worse than they appear.
Both sides agree that the Brexiters now have unambiguous momentum.
Let’s not throw out the baby with the bath water – UK aid is changing lives and helping build a better, safer world for us all.
Either you accept the costs of Brexit and absolute border control or you find a way to win support for immigration. It's not hard.
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