Planned reforms could make it harder for future Corbynite candidates to qualify for a leadership election.
The economist and peer on the cost of austerity and how “power structures” limit debate.
After fighting the 2017 election on policies from its social democratic past, the party is now embracing a more transformative agenda: worker ownership, universal basic income and a four-day week.
The Mayor has won the support of more than 50 per cent of constituency parties and affiliates, with just two voting for an open selection.
In the EU parliament, Conservatives sit with the Sweden Democrats, Poland’s anti-Semitic Law and Justice Party, and the Islamophobic Danish People’s Party.
The influential campaigner says “the Leave side left the battlefield after the referendum” and fears a soft Brexit will result.
The Labour leader quipped of the Prime Minister: “She can’t keep dancing round all the issues”.
The UK’s former chief rabbi addresses morality, Israel and Labour’s anti-Semitism problem.
Jonathan Sacks says recently reported remarks were “the most offensive made by a senior British politician since ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech”.
EU net migration has fallen from 189,000 in June 2016 to 87,000 - the lowest level since 2012.
The state takeover of Birmingham prison adds to a catalogue of private sector chaos: Carillion, East Coast, Northern Rail and bankrupt Northamptonshire council.