Spoiler: it’s both, actually.
Burnham is ahead, apparently – but that could just be because he’s comparatively the best-known.
Why is he standing? “Diane [Abbott] and John [McDonnell] have done it before, so it was my turn.”
Brown and Darling began this fantastical claim. A Tory government should not perpetuate it.
All a unionist party does by dissolving its British connections is signal to the electorate that the SNP are right.
From the harm done by Ed Balls to quite how the Edstone actually got approved, here are they key elements.
To many Parliamentarians, rejection by those to whom they have committed themselves has the force of marriage breakdown.
They tried it in Falkirk, then they tried it with Miliband. What could possibly go wrong the third time?
Where were they to condemn these bad ideas before May?
The party built itself up by being all things to all people, and was undone by power. Will it make the same mistake again?
It was Balls who assisted in devising the Five Tests – and all the rest of the shamanistic show that was devised to keep Britain well and truly out.
He has been exposed “to the added level of pressure that comes with being a leadership candidate. I have not found it to be a comfortable experience.”
I know you don’t want to hear from your opponents right now, but it would be really lovely if you could grant me a few requests.
Two pieces of bad news for Labour: Lord Sugar quits the party, and Chris Leslie becomes Shadow Chancellor
Apparently the Apprentice boss sees no chance of the Opposition ditching its anti-business stance.
Most MPs find Parliament a reminder that they are just a new sentence in a thousand-year story. But not Chuka.