Ironically, to succeed Corbyn would have to take a leaf out of the Blairite playbook: he must be tenacious, uncompromising and willing to play dirty
Ben Bradshaw describes Corbyn's leadership of the party as 'the one issue on the doorstep'
For a section of the party, it’s unacceptable to suggest things aren’t quite going to plan. Losing to the Tories last week by 2,000 votes was perfectly fine, because the election actually took place in mid-Surrey, it’s only the media and MI5 who said it was in Copeland
When you dig into the figures, the story changes
If Ukip now implodes, the Tories rather than Labour will benefit. The downside for the country is that this marks another step towards a one-party state
Rather than being shy of controversy, Corbyn must actively court it if our movement is to succeed. Throughout these by-elections, he failed to do that
Follows inquiry last year which congratulated Government on 'revolutionary innovation'
When my dad spoke to me about his childhood, he’d talk of working men’s clubs as major social institutions. Twice a year, the club would organise trips to Blackpool or Skegness. They’d book out two carriages on the local train, and the children would get pop and crisps on the way there and a stick of rock on the way back
If another Labour leadership battle ensues, Corbyn will realise he has lost much of his earlier support. His fan club in the party membership is appalled by his weak leadership over Brexit
MPs including Angela Rayner and Rebecca Long-Bailey have reportedly been assessed for 'succession planning'
'I’m really surprised the BBC is reporting fake news. There is no news,' says Labour leader
John Clarke denies the allegations saying he was not aware of the meme's origins
Jeremy Corbyn facing mini-reshuffle after Rachael Maskell and Dawn Butler resign to vote against legislation on withdrawal from EU
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News comes as two frontbenchers resign over Jeremy Corbyn's three-line whip on EU vote
‘They should have the balls to say so and vote accordingly. This is a matter of cowardice if they don’t’