The Scottish Labour leader will hope he benefits from greater coherence, but more public acrimony could be the result instead.
Two big votes in the Commons pose a tricky challenge for any would-be opponent in the London mayoral election.
On Monday 21 May, while Radio 4 obsessed over Thameslink, just 64 per cent of Northern trains managed to run on time.
The question is, does that matter?
The incumbent finance secretary is well-placed, regardless of the system.
Carolyn Harris elected first deputy leader of Welsh Labour.
We don’t recognise the entitled, profligate avocado-obsessed characterisation.
Conservative dog-whistle tactics in elections are nothing new. But has the party learned its lesson?
The communities secretary was found dead just days after being fired.
The Labour MP for Barnsley Central and aspiring Sheffield mayoral candidate on what threatens his region.
After Brexit, the government is determined to “take back control” – but where exactly will that control be?