George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
Frank Field's new report shows how the benefits of a programme hailed as revolutionary will be almost non-existent.
Avoiding any mention of Syria or Trident, the Labour leader's speech to the Fabians focused on his domestic agenda.
The Mayor of London is viewed as the one politician who could transform the Out campaign.
Neither Corbyn nor his opponents may be strong enough to triumph, leaving Labour stumbling towards 2020.
The Labour leader lacked an effective riposte to David Cameron's "small-c conservative" attack.
The Labour leader's bid to change party policy leaves him in fundamental opposition to those who represent defence workers.
The shadow work and pensions secretary reveals he'd like to lead his party in the future but says Jeremy Corbyn will still be in place in 2020.
Shadow work and pensions secretary says it would be "an incredible honour and privilege" to do the job.
Jeremy Corbyn is likely to offer a free vote to shadow cabinet members but try to change party policy.
The leader has demonstrated to shadow cabinet members that they will serve on his terms.
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