The argument during the referendum was never about free movement, but about immigration in general.
Ending free movement under a Labour government would represent the biggest expansion of border controls in decades.
Macron ran on an unapologetic economically and socially liberal platform, and seems to have carried with him a wave of popularity. But this idea is a fantasy.
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.
Hurtling towards the edge of an electoral cliff, Labour must go hard or go home.
A large number of left-wing activists in London have headed north. But they must be prepared to contemplate defeat.
Jeremy Corbyn’s strategy has been driven by the politics of the Westminster bubble.
Union supporters of Jeremy Corbyn prefer him to the centrist Gerard Coyne. But there is a third man.
Resistance is growing in low-wage and precarious sectors.
Only Diane Abbott has come out fighting for free movement.