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John Denham was a Labour MP from 1992 to 2015, and a Secretary of State 2007 to 2010. He is Director of the Centre for English Identity and Politics at Winchester University
Both sides in the leadership election are speaking a language the voters it needs barely understand, says John Denham.
It is now easier for Labour to win a majority in England than in the UK as a whole. Labour needs to decide what it would want to do with that power.
Labour is still a world away from understanding what happened to it in England or Scotland, warns John Denham.
The divide between the parliamentary party and the members is real - but not unbridgeable, argues John Denham.
Ultimately, exhorting the SNP to vote against fox hunting in England and Wales will hurt Labour, warns John Denham.
Labour members in the South don't have the MPs to ensure that Ben Bradshaw is on the ballot. That's why I, a former MP, am calling on the PLP to put him there for us.
When counter-radicalisation is failing it is time to return to evidence based policy not dig deeper into political prejudices.
Vice chancellors should join the discussion about alternatives to the current model.