25 parliamentary candidates from across the country have endorsed Liz Kendall's bid for the Labour leadership.
No-one in the Labour party thinks that "one more heave" is enough. No-one thinks the party doesn't need to change. The question is: how much change?
The election victory is an opportunity to speak not just to those voters who re-elected the Tories, but to those who stuck with Labour, says Daniel Kawczynski.
Recent days show that the establishment's fracking mania can be stopped by well-organised, well-meaning people, says Guy Shrubsole.
Yvette Cooper makes great play of David Cameron's "woman problem", but it's Labour's "man problem" she should be worried about.
Last month’s defeat for the Liberal Democrats was bad, but their defeat in last year’s European elections was even worse. One year on, Catherine Bearder is struggling with her role as the lone voice of British liberalism in Europe.
Zac Goldsmith is a formidable opponent who can only be defeated if Labour picks the right candidate, says Kate Hoey.
On 7 July 2005, London was attacked by terrorists. Tessa Jowell's memorial lecture is below.
The PM declared that "we must be more intolerant of intolerance" and confirmed that the government would not accept any of the 40,000 refugees in Italy and Greece.
Ed Miliband leaves the party's left flank in ruder health than it has been for decades.
Just 24 per cent of people voted Tory. Just 21 per cent backed Labour. Why aren't we more worried, asks James Elder.
Makes you proud to be British.
The anti-austerity march left many people grappling with feelings of deja vu - but it doesn't have to be that way, says Michael Chessum.
Rather than cutting the top rate, the Conservatives would be wise to reduce the burden on the poorest fifth.
All four Labour leadership candidates have vowed to maintain all-women shortlists.
The same words with a different accent or gender will lead to the same result, warns Labour MP John Woodcock.
Passengers deserve better than ministers who are happy to be photographed next to new trains but then withhold the truth from the public.
The Labour leadership hopeful has sent an email out to his colleagues asking for their support for him to be elected to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee.
David Cameron seems to have a different take on what causes Islamic terrorism every week.
Tessa Jowell's campaign has recieved another boost with the endorsements of more than half of London Labour local authority leaders.
The anniversary of Labour's first majority has passed unnoticed in Labour circles. Why?
The backing of MPs could still have a decisive effect on the votes of Labour members.
The small numbers of trade unionists signing up to vote in the Labour leadership election has some smelling a stitch-up. The reality is more mundane.
There are principled and pragmatic reasons for the Chancellor to act in his first Budget of the new parliament.
The troubled programme, if done right, could hold the keys to tackling child poverty.
Money raised goes into a “fightback” fund – although the flattened Lib Dems will need more than the odd jumble sale to rise, Lazarus-like, from the dead.
The Labour leadership candidate wants to extend the Low Pay Commission's legal remit.
Today’s figures are an exercise in muddying the waters – if you don’t like the answer, ask another question.
Labour must avoid suffering its own strange death.
Nicky Morgan is just Gove with a smile.