For the second time in just over a year, the Islington North MP has been elected leader of the Labour party.
The story of how a dominant Jeremy Corbyn saw off a poorly timed and poorly executed leadership challenge.
Larry Sanders, an actual Bernie Bro, is standing as the Green party candidate in the Witney by-election.
The Labour leadership candidate has sent an email begging his supporters to help him raise £50,000.
It’s just a matter of perception.
The Labour leader did insist it was a major concern as part of his plan to “democratise the internet” – but the authors of the document said there were concerns about curtailing free speech.
Still, at least we learned that nine out of ten alpacas prefer Owen Smith. The Labour purge continues.
The deputy Labour leader is building his own power base within the party, ahead of the Labour leadership election result.
A video showing the Labour leader sitting on the floor of a train went viral last week, but the company has now denied it was overcrowded and released CCTV footage.
“I remember May as very smart, very together, and looking on the night as if it had all gone to plan,” said the Labour MP who stood against the future prime minister at the 1992 general election.
Public money was spent buying pro-EU advertising on the likes of Facebook, YouTube, and Google.
No one at Jeremy Corbyn rallies in Derbyshire will countenance the possibility of defeat to Owen Smith in the Labour leadership election. Instead, pro-Corbyn activists from all sides are looking ahead to what he can do once he’s re-elected leader.
Labour HQ has defeated attempts to allow new members to vote in this summer’s leadership election – and now it wants legal costs from the members who brought the case.
Welcome to the strange world of House of Lords hereditary by-elections.
The politician is now the clear favourite to be elected mayor when the election is held in May 2017.
More than 100,000 new Labour party members who had been banned from voting in the Labour leadership election could now be able to take part in the contest after a court ruling.
“We are all fed up of the misogyny, the homophobia, and the threats of violence,” Eagle told BuzzFeed News. “The politics of bullying and intimidation should have no place in the Labour party.”
“You’ll pay for it through an expanding economy and driving down tax evasion,” he told BuzzFeed News.
The party is in a post-referendum civil war over who gets to succeed Nigel Farage as UKIP leader, after the frontrunner was excluded from the ballot.