Andrew Harrop is general secretary of the Fabian Society.
Fabian Society research suggested that Labour was on track to win just 140 to 200 MPs at a future general election.
The Labour leader has been quiet on tuition fees, but he doesn't need to be.
Andrew Harrop plots a path from here to there.
Our new report finds that the tax is suprisingly popular on left and right - and harms the overall cause of rebalancing taxes to wealth and land, says Andrew Harrop.
A dash of Fabian gradualism - and a bit more wonkery - would do Jeremy Corbyn a power of good, says Andrew Harrop.
Labour will only secure a majority by persuading people who voted Conservative this year to return to Labour in 2020.
Even a broken clock is right twice a day, and Iain Duncan Smith may be worth listening to - this time.
Let's that the other candidates will follow Yvette Cooper's lead - and that all of them will offer more policy meat than they have so far.
There is nothing inevitable or desirable about conjuring two opposing blocs: Labour/SNP verses Tory/Lib Dems. For both Labour and the Liberal Democrats, the advantage lies in keeping options open.
Although a formal Labour/Lib Dem coalition may not be on the cards, Labour must take the Lib Dem manifesto seriously.