Introducing our special themed week about party membership, running from 15– 19 June 2015.
Labour will spend the next five years outside power - with Liz Kendall, we can make sure it's not ten.
My priority in the run-up to the budget will be relief for middle and lower earners. But George Osborne looks determined to give a handout to the rich.
How do ethnic minority voters differ on immigration from the public at large?
100 local councillors have endorsed Stella Creasy in an open letter to the New Statesman.
It's vital that the government secures a global deal on climate change at the Paris summit. Our futures depend on it.
Surely Jeremy Corbyn owes it to his leftwing supporters to accept a helping hand from Andy Burnham, if he's within touching distance of the ballot paper?
The adoption of living wage contracts is one way that the party could reduce the damage from cuts to tax credits.
"Dynamic, articulate and engaging."
Jamie Reed's proposal that Labour merge with the Liberal Democrats is simply a ruse so Labour can finish what they tried to do at the election: wipe out the Liberal Democrats.
Far from deciding the outcome, the trade unions will be largely incidental to selecting Labour's leader.
The Tory dirty tricks department is preparing an onslaught in case Burnham is crowned leader.
The parliamentary Labour party is desperate for someone to stop Tom Watson. That's one reason why it's unlikely to happen.
What happened to the Green Surge, and why aren't the Greens on a par with their European equivalents?
As the last bubbles drip from the champagne bottles that welcomed the Modern Slavery Bill on to the statute books, champions of the UK’s anti-trafficking legislation should take a sober look at what they've woken up with.
Parliamentary democracy, trial by jury or habeas corpus - it can be argued that all these flowed from this document.
As we congratulate ourselves on Magna Carta, let us remember that it came into being 150 years after the Norman Conquest and was probably greatly influenced by the French.
When politicians, the media and royalty are unanimous in their judgement that a man is a bad egg, I feel there’s probably much to be said for him.
No coincidence that the most celebrated of all the waymarks on the road to freedom under the law was sealed by England’s most appalling king.
By 1874, three of the City’s four MPs were Conservatives.
The reconfiguration of Scottish politics means a rethink is needed in England and Wales.
Here, as so often in our history, it is property rights that secure individual freedom.
The party must be more nimble and shrewd in its economic positioning than in the last five years.
I’m nominating Rushanara Ali so another voice will be heard. I urge my fellow MPs to do the same.
The Liberal Democrat leadership frontrunner on future coalitions, the Labour leadership contest and how his party can recover.
Leadership frontrunner says the Tories and Labour would have to promise the automatic introduction of proportional representation.
It’s hard to find a more genuine, decent person in politics than Andy, and I think people will connect with him at a time when we’re battling scepticism and apathy as much as we’re fighting the other side.
The road to recovery will be a long one. It is Mr Farron who offers the Lib Dems their best hope.
Labour's chastening defeat has led some to claim the party is abandoning its commitments on tax. But that's a myth.
As Labour's London constituency parties' endorsements have rolled in, it looks like Tessa Jowell and Sadiq Khan will have a tough fight to the finish.