George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
Shadow energy secretary says she does not have "a secret plan to go and kick Jeremy out of his office".
Former leader says that it is "difficult to see" Corbyn as electable and that "conclusions must be drawn" if the party's performance does not improve.
The PM's demeaning remark was made with full knowledge of the impact it would have.
The leader's opponents expect to try and unseat him next year.
The party's frontbenchers were "blown away" by the woman with one of the toughest jobs in politics.
Former shadow business secretary says his party has "not a hope in hell" of winning if it continues to lose BME voters.
The shadow chancellor's smart attempt to shed his statist image.
The defining divide is no longer between left and right but between unionist and nationalist.
Opposition MPs winced at the PM's attacks on their leader over Trident and the Falklands.
Frank Field's new report shows how the benefits of a programme hailed as revolutionary will be almost non-existent.
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