Jeremy Corbyn aimed for parity when he first appointed his shadow cabinet. Can he guarantee the same if the team is elected by members?
An extensive survey shows just how much the party has changed over the past year.
With patience and a degree of moral ambivalence, the UK may find an EU that is increasingly open to the idea of free trade without free movement of people.
Founded to support Jeremy Corbyn when he became Labour leader, the campaign group has ruffled a few feathers since.
Farage's successor says hers is the 'opposition party in waiting'. But it's going to need a plan beyond Brexit.
Despite the party's spectacular fall from grace, it's worth noting who is speaking and what is on the agenda.
If free movement of people is not on the table, then neither is single market access.
Changing boundaries is tough on Labour but fairer for voters.
The former PM appears to be distancing himself from the policies of the new government.
A parliamentary committee says all MPs and peers should clear out of the national parliament so that major repairs can take place. But it's not just the building that needs attention.
How do you keep the sympathy of people whose lives you are making more difficult?
The job-share candidates were always the favourites to win. Their challenge now will be to convince Labour to work together too.
Following the Brexit vote, a number of cities are queuing up to take London's place as Europe's financial centre.
Brexiteers keen to follow Norway's example face an awkward dilemma.
After 12 years, the anti-war party is shutting down, raising questions about what the future holds for its firebrand leader.
The decision to delay a major nuclear deal has ruffled feathers in Beijing. Is this a sign of the new PM's approach to international relations?
The response of the US Knights of Labor to mass immigration, 100 years ago, can help British Labour to resolve its immigration problem today.
The party's centre ground won't be able to shut out the far left like it did in the 1980s.
The ever-widening gap between CEO and average worker pay has its roots in collective action by executives.
The right is celebrating the potential return of selective schools, but there are major political obstacles to overcome first.