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For the first time, the New Statesman has built a model to forecast the outcome of a presidential election.
The Labour leadership outsider on her heritage, the “overblown culture war”, and how Labour “offended everybody”.
Their biggest impact was in forcing Labour to change its Brexit policy.
Michael Ashcroft's 2005 post-mortem of the Conservatives might offer more for Labour than his 2019 one of the party itself.
The government has more of an interest in appearing to improve the state of northern constituencies than in actually doing so.
Cognitive and structural biases make it hard for party members to analyse what went wrong and plan their next steps.
The shadow foreign secretary's task is to convince her party that her skills as a politician outweigh the risks of her biography.
Mary Creagh, who lost in Wakefield, rowed publicly with the Labour leader in Portcullis House on Tuesday afternoon.
Chief Whip Alistair Carmichael questions why the narrative became "a contest between two parties".
The party has a new process for electing its leader and deputy leader. Here's how it works.
MPs seeking to oust the Labour leader have a decision to make on whether to movenow or bide their time.