Bernie Sanders-style organisers are determined to rewire the party's machine.
This new group will be instrumental in winning back power.
The idea that Britain is an island that can insulate itself from the fallout that comes with failing states, armed conflict, and poverty is an anachronism.
Although the day is intended as a shill for smaller government, it can teach us something too.
Moderates may have stopped the left wing candidate getting a place, but they will suffer for it in future.
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Changes so far deal with small points of language, rather than the technical or cost issues consistently raised by critics.
Jeremy Corbyn's difficult balancing act puts the Remain campaign under pressure - but keeps the Labour show on the road.
The Labour leader will "go heavy" on workers' rights in a speech on the European debate.
A judge has granted police more time to investigate Conservative expenses in the Kent constituency during the general election.
There is reason to be sceptical of the surge to Leave, says Peter Kellner.
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