Scotland wants an answer, Jeremy is still thinking.
The left-wing firebrand might be packing out venues in Scotland as much as England, but he's got some thinking to do.
Come at me bro.
Former PM warns of annihilation without offering a way out.
It’s time to inject some substance back into arts policy.
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Political discussion about the arts and creative industries is famously woolly ybland, generic and interchangeable. But Corbyn cuts through this.
The prospect of left-wing frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn becoming Labour Party leader is shaking up Britain’s political establishment.
The emergence of ageing left-winger Jeremy Corbyn as the unlikely frontrunner in the Labour Party leadership contest signals that many British voters reject what politics has become.
The elder statesman makes a comeback.
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For the last 30 years, politics has been dominated by a succession of bright young things. Could Corbyn change that?
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Two parties. Two rivals. Two plans. One surprisingly similar outcome.
Jeremy Corbyn is shaping the debate.
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If anyone other than Jeremy Corbyn is to become the next Labour leader, they will have to address the party's fatalism about 2020.
On the threshold of a new era?
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If you ignore the spoiling campaign being run by the press, the left-winger's campaign platform begins to appear eminently sensible.
Is Corbyn too left?
Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of being unelectable as a Labour leader. Could this be true?
Jeremy getting in touch with his pre-Thatcher side.
The frontrunner for the Labour leadership has some good ideas that were rejected by voters when they elected Margaret Thatcher.
The left-wing candidate is drawing support from untapped quarters.
Labour has made it really easy to vote in this contest, and Jeremy Corbyn is reaping the benefit.
Could Comrade Corbyn be the next king of Scotland?
Regardless of what Corbyn would mean for England, at least he'd win back Scotland for Labour, right? Not according to this new analysis.
Man of the moment.
All four leadership hopefuls have a political position — but only one is actually saying what it is.
Jeremy Corbyn: the future PM?
Upstarts on the left and right are proving that people of all political leanings want change.
But wait – he’s got a beard!
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It’s increasingly apparent that the Labour Party is muddling through a period of existential crisis. This week’s welfare bill debacle, where 48 MPs wilfully defied the interim leadership’s call for abstention…