On the three-year anniversary of Keir Starmer becoming Labour Leader, Adam Bienkov analyses whether he has kept to his word or broken it
Richard Sanders, a producer of the Al Jazeera Labour Files, asks why serious allegations by the national public broadcaster about the leader of the opposition were not properly scrutinised
Hope is overcoming fear for Labour delegates in Liverpool as they watch Liz Truss’ Government begin to implode just weeks after its inception, reports Adam Bienkov
The Labour leader’s former campaigns and elections strategist, Simon Fletcher, warns that Starmer’s excessive caution risks losing the next election
The Labour leader needs to convince a weary public that he has the bold ideas to divert the UK from its damaging path under the Conservatives, argues Chris Painter
Chris York reports on the reaction of Ukrainians after the former Labour Leader said the West supplying weapons to the country will ‘prolong and exaggerate’ Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked war
For a man so obsessed with his own image, the outgoing Prime Minister will leave few relics behind him, reports Adam Bienkov
A lack of solidarity and understanding towards working class Eastern European migrants hindered the Left from countering anti-immigration narratives, writer Yva Alexandrova tells Sian Norris
There is a growing consensus that the Prime Minister’s days are numbered – but his party has few ideas about how to renew itself or the country, reports Adam Bienkov
The Unite union’s decision to cut funding to the party led by Keir Starmer has come at a time when it is finally looking capable of winning power again, argues Sam Bright
While the right has turned politics into a culture war, the left has yet to tackle the politics of culture, says Hardeep Matharu.
Otto English charts the Labour Party’s course over the most tumultuous few years in British political history and laments its inability to stand up when it was most needed.
The Labour Party must work out how to scrutinise the Government on Brexit and outbid the Tories on the NHS, public services and aspiration to keep its current voters and win back its heartlands.
Former senior Lib Dem researcher Gareth Roberts on the wake-up call provided by the 2019 General Election result which means he can no longer sit on the sidelines and lament his feelings of political homelessness. How did you feel at 10pm last Thursday when the BBC declared that the exit poll was projecting a Tory…
The former Labour MP for Wrexham – a seat snatched by the Conservatives in the General Election – believes it is an indictment of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership that his frontbench did not engage effectively with the regions. Amid the carnage of the General Election result, Labour must, immediately, start thinking. One of the urgent areas…
How the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party in the 2019 General Election fits within a wider global shift to the right.
With the Tories already planning for a general election in five years, David Hencke looks at their vulnerabilities and the prospects of a progressive counter-attack.
Brexiters loaned Boris Johnson their votes in the 2019 General Election, which was dominated by the issue of Britain leaving the EU – can Labour win back their natural supporters next time around?
The party badly needs a period of reflection to learn the lessons, not just of this week, but of the decade, if it is to have a hope of winning the next general election.
On the eve of the most important election in a generation, Otto English asks: will Britain – failed by so much – survive the coming trauma?
One of the tragedies of the 2019 General Election campaign is that the fundamental decision about the type of country we will become has not been made clear to voters
Luke Murphy dissects the slogans of the General Election 2019 and what they reveal about class, empire, royalty and racism in Britain today.
The director of Labour for a Public Vote on why Labour is the only party to have correctly identified that next month’s General Election is about much more than Brexit.
Jake Lynch visits the west Yorkshire constituency where Labour holds a slim majority of 249. Could its commitment to improving train services help the party to retain the seat?