Theresa May’s deal ending in disaster would make it easier for the parliamentary Labour Party to move to a more anti-Brexit position.
The theme of Labour’s conference has essentially been a stick for the rich and a carrot for everyone else.
It isn’t party policy, but Emily Thornberry and Len McCluskey have said the two-year negotiating period should be extended – meaning the UK would stay in the EU beyond March 2019.
A good education does not indoctrinate young people.
The ERG has confirmed that, like Labour, it will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal in the Commons if she does not change course.
The over-hasty reports that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein had resigned play into the hands of those stoking distrust of the media.
Jeremy Corbyn’s office is said to have feared the post could be used to undermine his leadership.
Selfish little idiots.
In her conference speech, Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary outlined her proposals – but they may be too pragmatic for party activists who want all schools back under council oversight.
Couriers are rebelling and unions are organising – but opposition feels fraught in the face of a looming monopoly.
Labour's plan to give employees a meaningful stake in the economy could build a new political constituency for the party.