Current labour leader Keir Stamer is in talks for a fly-on-the-wall documentary.
From Kinnnock to Corbyn, the documentaries haven’t always been the most successful
The Labour elite doesn’t think Jeremy Corbyn has what it takes to make it in Westminster.
Labour reformers toyed with the image of democratic participation without realising what it would actually lead to – a democratic debate. But the next step is not to backpedal against democracy.
Campaign strategist Lynton Crosby has become something of a folk-devil for sections of the British and Australian media.
Lynton Crosby is the manipulator with the Midas touch, who has a reputation for tapping into those ideas and prejudices that coarsen public life but are seemingly widely held and a ballot-box boon.
Meet and greet.
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An expert introduces Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan, and considers their chances of securing one of the most coveted positions in politics.
Man of the moment.
All four leadership hopefuls have a political position — but only one is actually saying what it is.
That halo’s wearing a bit thin, David.
Why do people continue to think the former Foreign Secretary would have made a better leader than his brother, Ed?
Call me, guys. Any time.
It is normal that for politicians to engage in angry finger-pointing after a humiliating electoral defeat. Playing the blame game has a therapeutic effect and helps a party make sense of its defeat. It…
Len’s got a plan for Labour.
Len McCluskey needs to snap back to reality, if he wants to see Labour in government.
Murphy’s law has finally asserted itself.
The Scottish Labour leader’s resignation was inevitable. You can’t lose your seat and your entire Scottish beach head and seriously argue to the contrary.
Labour shouldn’t lurch back to the Blairite camp.
The centrist strategy that worked for New Labour won’t work for the party going forward.
This Conservative Party leaflet kills three birds with one stone and is a classic example of Lynton Crosby’s campaign strategy.
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The British Conservative government’s re-election is the latest and perhaps most startling electoral triumph for Australian political strategist Lynton Crosby. So how did he do it?
Backed by Blair?
Labour needs to focus on leadership, policies and image, if it’s to bounce back.
Blairites are waiting in the wings.
Ed Miliband’s many Blairite critics have formed an orderly queue to tell us why he lost.
And the contenders for Labour leader are…
Three parties must now choose new leaders. Labour has a number of candidates jockeying for position.
This was supposed to be the “social media election” but in the end it was those who moved beyond horse-race journalism, on whatever platform, who excelled.
He’s out, but who is in?
Names are already flying, but rushing an appointment would be a big mistake.
Five more years: David Cameron returns to Number 10 Downing Street.
A stunning surprise put the Conservatives back in power with no need for a coalition, while the Scottish nationalists stormed to victory north of the border. What now?
Nigel Farage might re-contest the UKIP leadership.
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The shock election result means that three parties are now leaderless – how will they choose replacements?
Crushing defeat for the Labour leader.
Five years ago, Ed Miliband decided to stand for the leadership of the Labour Party because he felt the global financial crisis had opened the way to a centre-left moment. He was ready to turn the page…
On May 8, a new battle begins.
One of the consequences of the SNP’s rise is that the new UK government will have very few seats in Scotland. This looks set to become a hot potato after the election.