Stephen Bush is special correspondent at the New Statesman and the PSA's Journalist of the Year. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
Team Corbyn can’t work out if their leader’s foreign policy is a distraction or a badge of honour.
There are calls for “Corbynism without Corbyn”: keeping his domestic agenda but discarding his foreign policy baggage.
Corbyn has admitted attending a memorial service for those killed by the Mossad, including a terrorist behind the 1972 Munich Massacre.
Tuning in from his hospital bed, my schoolfriend and I would cringe at the mothers miming their daughters’ curves.
The party’s row over Boris Johnson’s comments on the burqa highlights its internal psychodrama.
Remain voters back the England manager to lead the country.
Jeremy Corbyn’s hegemony within Labour is a truth that neither side really wants to acknowledge.
Johnson’s defenders are moving the goalposts – it is not his argument, but his language, that people are objecting to.