Neal Lawson is chair of the pressure group Compass, which brings together progressives from all parties and none. His views on internal Labour matters are personal ones.
Brexit, and the reasons for it, cannot be fixed by Remainers beating Brexiteers.
This is what the former spin doctor should say on New Labour and its hand in the EU referendum result.
For as long as Scotland is part of the union, it is manifestly obvious that Labour in Westminster must talk to the SNP.
British politics faces a grim future, warns Neal Lawson, but it doesn't have to.
Frantic phone calls, hundreds of volunteers, and Labour MPs constrained by their party.
Labour and the Greens should step aside.
In all of the new left's urgent, bottom-up energy, the danger is cacophony and not symphony. A new form of political organisation is needed.
A progressive alliance would be the first step.
If Keir or Keira Hardie were to create a party today it would look nothing like the Labour Party. If Labour and other social democratic parties do not leap into the 21st century, they will be replaced.
Corbyn was the only offer that could break the spell that was suffocating Labour. At last we could reach the surface, gulping the oxygen of hope and change, but do so amid the burning wreckage of a party unfit for the challenges of the 21st century.