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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
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.
How Irish politics has been transformed.
Ireland’s two main centre-right parties have held the balance of power for nearly a century. But are voters prepared to accept Sinn Féin’s history of bloodshed in order to break the political status quo?
A source close to the Edinburgh West MP confirms that she will stand in the contest this summer
It has been Downing Street's tactic so far to use figures other than the Prime Minister as lightning rods for awkward decisions.
The Labour backbencher crumbled upon contact with the realities of a leadership contest.
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The shadow foreign secretary’s presence on the ballot paper should be of particular concern to Keir Starmer and Jess Phillips.
The shadow foreign secretary has been the main victim of Keir Starmer’s momentum and is still hindered by her past shadow cabinet sacking.