Labour has decided that victory runs through small towns, not further inroads into the Remain vote.
To defend itself against its foes, inside and outside of government, Labour needs a better grasp of power.
The Labour leader’s speech was a bid for ideological hegemony: forging unity and confronting enemies.
The Labour leader declared that “where the Tories have divided and ruled, we will unite and govern”.
As The World Transformed becomes an institution of the Labour conference fringe, the Corbynite left has found its majority voice.
Laura Smith, the MP for Crewe and Nantwich, wants to bring the government down by general strike in the absence of a general election.
The Labour leader's promise to create 400,000 new skilled jobs is a direct pitch to Brexit Britain – and an implicit criticism of Gordon Brown and New Labour.
The theme of Labour’s conference has essentially been a stick for the rich and a carrot for everyone else.
A good education does not indoctrinate young people.
Jeremy Corbyn’s office is said to have feared the post could be used to undermine his leadership.
Selfish little idiots.