Pollsters often overrate Labour's performance. But in two elections, the opposite happened.
At present, 68 per cent of members believe Corbyn should stand down if the party is defeated.
In the invisible Labour leadership race, the former Welfare Secretary is in pole position.
The chance of Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister may appear too small for a "fear factor" to aid the Conservatives.
The Labour leader and Yvette Cooper previewed what will be one of their party's defining attack lines.
The former Chancellor will concentrate on editing the Evening Standard instead.
With an early election scheduled for 8 June 2017, some familiar faces are hitting the campaign trail...
The PM's suggestion that the enemies of Brexit have to be defeated at the polls corrodes democracy.
Fabian Society research suggested that Labour was on track to win just 140 to 200 MPs at a future general election.
A victory for Theresa May will be a mandate for the most right wing, nationalist and authoritarian government programme in recent times. Labour can beat it.
A new devolution settlement is now as good as impossible before June - and a bruising Brexit election won't help either.
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