George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The party's policies would be regarded as mainstream in most European countries.
A year after taking the hot seat at City Hall, the London Mayor talks housing, transport, boxing and Brexit.
Nia Griffith was not invited to the Labour leader's Chatham House address or involved in the drafting.
The Labour leader came close but ultimately refused to say that he would approve the use of nuclear weapons.
The leader's internal foes want to ensure he "owns the result".
The public vote based on leadership and economic management - where the Conservatives poll best.
The commitment may attract young voters but could intensify the party's profligate image.
The number who want Brexit stopped or radically softened is only 25 per cent.
The Mayor of London says that the public know where he stands on Brexit but not where his party does.
The local election results show how Theresa May has elevated voting Tory into a patriotic duty.
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