They might get it in part, but does the wider Labour Party?
Corbyn’s latest wheeze cites an old formula: grab power to the centre; restrict producer variety and user choice; and waste lots of money.
Apparently Neil Kinnock should have been talking about nuclear disarmament instead.
Inside the party or out, the union barons’ tame MPs will be a plague on any leader who attempts to move the party towards the centre.
Even if his proposals for his party are correct, they won’t listen to him.
Miliband’s legacy: Twenty-one of the welfare rebels were new MPs – and seventeen of those have links to Unite
Recently it seemed that Labour’s loony left might one day die out. Now they have a new generation.
The ideological gap between Labour members and MPs is growing wider and wider.
Let’s not get carried away: he might not win the Labour leadership. But after such a strong performance, surely he deserves a Shadow Cabinet job.
From Kaufman calling English Votes on English Laws ‘racist’ to Thornberry’s sneering flag tweet, the left just don’t get England.
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.