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Patrick Maguire was political correspondent at the New Statesman.
Keir Starmer, no stranger to changing the culture of institutions, may seek a successor to Jennie Formby from outside the trade union movement.
There is one name featuring more heavily in discussions over the general secretary vacancy than any other.
A majority of voters want restrictions to continue unchanged but the young admit to struggling to abide by them.
The departure of Labour's most powerful Corbynite as general secretary creates a vacancy the new leadership needs to fill carefully.
The uncomfortable truth for Conservative rebels is that their demands would increase the Covid-19 infection rate.
Born in the same valley as Roy Jenkins, Keir Starmer's shadow home secretary is a student of Labour's past. Now he must reshape its future.
Polling for the New Statesman reveals a majority of voters believe schools should teach through the summer holidays.
New polling for the New Statesman reveals that the public support Tory demands for a reset amid concerns over the Xi regime's handling of the pandemic.
Edinburgh West MP cites family pressures and lockdown in standing down from bid to succeed Jo Swinson.
Ministers are drawing a new dividing line with Labour – but don't expect them to talk about an exit strategy yet.