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“He’s not a bad man,” she says. “He’s not a leader, though.”
All the realistic options for the rebels look likely to lead to quite unpleasant results.
Andrew Rosindell: Party members should have a greater choice of candidates in the next leadership election. Here’s a plan for reform.
They should be able to choose between four people rather than only two.
Maria and Angela Eagle have many admirable qualities, but their political generation is so unknown to the wider public that it left the vacuum now filled by Jeremy Corbyn.
Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Her Majesty’s Most Loyal Opposition and Labour’s preferred candidate for Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, speaks.
CCHQ want to exploit this red dawn to inflict deep damage on the Labour brand that will long outlast the current leadership.
The Opposition is a fundamentally changed Party – which means this is only the beginning of a ride that will be both funny and deadly serious.
Lord Ashcroft: New polling – What do Labour’s supporters, and former supporters, think about the Party’s future?
If, five years ago, Labour misunderstood what it needed to do to win, today it seems to be wondering whether winning is all it’s cracked up to be.
The Corbyn Factor visits our survey. It finds that Tory members should have more rights than registered supporters
Three-quarters of the former believe that the latter should not be entitled to vote in the coming Party leadership election.
Like a relegated football team which hoped to bounce back but failed to do so, the Opposition is in crisis.
If Yvette Cooper, for example, pipped him to the post, she could do the Government damage on the migration issue.
Nick Gibb MP: While we improve key GCSEs, Labour’s leadership candidates have nothing to say about standards
This week, hundreds of thousands of Year 10 pupils will start being taught the new and more rigorous English and maths qualification.
His passionate defence of the welfare state runs counter to values that are truly embedded in their psyche: self-reliance, personal responsibility, entrepreneurialism.
The nearer a Corbyn win gets, the more seriously Tories take it – and the less they like the look of it.