The move is revealed in Ed Balls' new book.
Winter is Coming.
Look closely at the markets, they tell a story.
Folllowing the resignation of two thirds of his shadow cabinet, Jeremy Corbyn is appointing a new Labour front bench.
You can see the shape of the deal that the right would accept.
The leader's decision to fight the rebels sets the stage for a new leadership contest or a protracted legal battle.
We must accept the voters' decision, but not give up on our beliefs.
The ground may have shifted underneath Jeremy Corbyn's feet, at least as far as the rules on nominations are concerned.
Don't blame Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour Party's crisis.
In the wake of Brexit, should Labour MPs listen more closely to voters, or their own party members?
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says a rebel front bench can be replaced.
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