The dismay the electorate showed for them last is being ignored. That makes it much harder for whoever becomes the Leader of the Opposition to establish any credibility.
They knew that British Jews were frightened of the prospect of a Corbyn Government. They knew those fears were valid. Yet Phillips and Nandy carried on campaigning.
More important than the choice of new Leader, will be to decide what the Party stands for after Brexit.
After the 1983 defeat, Labour’s electoral progress was slow. This time around the Party will face further decline without a bold change in direction.
The vituperative tone of the debate and incredibly factional environment smacks of settling scores rather than learning lessons.
It contains 70 testimonies from current and former Labour staffers, and concludes that “the party is no longer a safe space for Jewish people”.
Exclusive: The Liberal Democrats’ untrue claims about a “Brexit brain drain” at British universities
Alarming statistics – reported this week in the national press and on high-profile social media accounts – about academics leaving the UK were bogus.
When a Labour leader has exhausted their stock of coherent charges, they claim that the Tories are going to sell the Health Service.
Let him carry on what he’s started by exploding the financial framework Labour announced in only two days.
We present some of the Shadow Justice Secretary’s televised highlights to date.
Their manifesto doesn’t provide any costings for their most expensive plans. The IFS says their tax pledge is not believable. But will they get away with it?
The Lib Dem leader’s approach has a logic to it, but it is risky. But instead of delivering a surge, her numbers are on the slide.
The abuse scandal revealed Watson as either fool or knave – either ought to mean the end of his career
“The Light of Lights looks always on the motive, not the deed; the Shadow of Shadows on the deed alone.”
The Prime Minister’s opponents are entirely within their rights to condemn his choice of words, but not to the useful lie that he’s breaking new ground.
Class war was the tried and trusted theme. Yet the Labour leader has managed to come across as both weak and extreme.