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The new Labour leader faces a string of key strategic decisions
The Holborn and St Pancras MP's real internal challenge has only just begun.
I lost my seat in December. As the party elects a new leader, it must bury Corbynism – not just Corbyn, says the former MP for Sedgefield
The shadow business secretary and leadership contender commits to not publicly criticising the next leader if she doesn't win the contest.
The Labour leadership candidate on why “this has to be the moment when we look at the country that we’ve built and understand the weaknesses that are inherent in our structures and put them right”.
More than a century after the party was founded, it has turned to yet another man to revive its fortunes.
To promote growth and social justice, the party must revive the open and decentralising traditions of the labour movement.
Having run so close to Starmer throughout the contest, the shadow business secretary’s new approach of challenging him over his donations is unlikely to work.
The argument that the party should take back the “Red Wall” risks learning the wrong lesson from its defeat – but so does focusing on the south.
Left-wingers at Labour’s top table are contemplating how to act ahead of Keir Starmer’s first reshuffle.
The shadow Brexit secretary appears near-unstoppable with 53 per cent of the vote in the first round.