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Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn voters most likely to believe 'world is controlled by a secretive elite'
YouGov poll delves into character types of the four candidate's supporters
The days of hanging out in the company of people who agree with him is over
Minister wants benefits 'better geared' at getting people back into work
Shadow Chancellor tells voters to make sure they 'make an informed choice'
It's a surprise the former Tory MP has had time to write novels at all
Andy Burnham has received £36,000 from AgustaWestland chair Graham Cole
The new Parliamentary Education Centre, in the Palace of Westminster, aims to get children interested in politics
Jeremy Corbyn, as we know, was on stage at the Durham Miners’ Gala at the weekend. The other three leadership candidates were also in town, but did not appear on stage. This was not because they were tongue-tied: it is because the organisers did not want to hear them.
Newsnight’s Laura Kuenssberg is well positioned to be the new Political Editor of one channel or the other
We will miss efforts like the 183-word blockbuster he put to Condoleezza Rice
Do not be alarmed: freedom of panorama is not under immediate threat
Andy McSmith and his family hit the road
Home Secretary says authorities do not believe UK tourists were singled out
Exclusive: Addison Projects wants to play an 'active role' supporting fracking
The Lib Dems' numbers in the Lords far exceed the party’s popular support
Amber Rudd stepped up to the Dispatch Box to answer questions for the first time in her new capacity as Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.