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An underanalysed certainty created by the election result is that this parliament will run for at least four years.
Only with a fresh start, and a genuine acceptance of the reasons why we lost, can Labour's progressives begin the task of reconstruction at hand.
The party needs a leader who is popular in the country, rather than merely the party, and a programme that is credible as well as radical.
The 2010s saw the continued decline of smoking, partly helped by substitutes that have thrown up their own concerns.
The New Statesman podcast, with Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian.
Sadness is mixed with relief that the country finally seems to have settled its decision.
The Evening Call after the night before.
Labour's defeat means that it will lose more than £1m in Short money - and staffers fear job cuts are on the way.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
The party knows that it must strike a generous and reassuring tone to win over sceptical unionists.
The party has a new process for electing its leader and deputy leader. Here's how it works.