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Gloria De Piero is a former Labour MP and journalist
That I’m no longer a Labour MP doesn’t change the fact that I still support the party with every bone in my body.
Labour’s problem used to be Southern Discomfort. Now it is a lack of Northern Soul, writes Gloria De Piero, the Labour MP for Ashfield.
For too many people, justice is delivered by a class they cannot join that neither looks nor sounds like them.
Labour is in danger, and the problem didn't start with Jeremy Corbyn.
Activists should draw inspiration from the party's achievements in 1997-2010.
The party is building on its progressive legacy in its LGBT policy announcement this week.
As the news emerged today that Britain remains deeply elitist, the shadow women and equalities minister discusses her own experience, and how Labour can boost social mobility.
David Cameron likes to boast that there are more women in the workplace than ever. But for too many, life is getting harder.