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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
The shadow business secretary and leadership contender commits to not publicly criticising the next leader if she doesn't win the contest.
Medical professionals have criticised the government after it published then retracted guidance on taking early abortion pills at home during the pandemic.
As misinformation spreads through WhatsApp, remember journalists will always provide you with more reliable information than a forwarded message from your mum’s friend’s cousin.
The Labour leadership candidate on why “this has to be the moment when we look at the country that we’ve built and understand the weaknesses that are inherent in our structures and put them right”.
The tug-and-pull between opposition and government must serve its purest democratic aim: to genuinely improve government policy, rather than simply undermining it.
The government is under fire for its approach. Here's what it's thinking.
The issue of bullying goes beyond a few high-profile names and spans every political party.
Eloquent and full of human detail, this is a dramatic eyewitness account from someone who was once “the most influential woman in British politics”.
The Labour leadership candidate is in favour of self-identification for trans people but won’t reform the current law on same-sex spaces.
The candidates faced tough questions on rebuilding trust with the Jewish community.