Every British and American election in 70 years has boiled down to character—who is the leader that’s got what it takes?
Richard Seymour / September 4, 2017
New reports suggest that Corbyn's supporters are willing to compromise on the amendment after strong opposition from the party's right. But giving more power to the membership is no bad thing
Sophie Cook / July 25, 2017
Far from being a niche cause, trans rights affect all sectors of society. It's time for us all to stand up for them
Corbyn thinks the "importation" of EU migrants has destroyed workers’ rights—he is totally, utterly wrong
Oliver Kamm / July 24, 2017
His comments on Sunday betray an ignorance of basic economics—and a fundamental similarity with Nigel Farage
Julia Blunck / July 20, 2017
Pundits often attribute the Islington MP's success to the fall of New Labour. But many of Corbyn's young fans grew up under the coalition government
Caspar Salmon / July 18, 2017
Churchill and Thatcher are popular subjects—but what makes a good Downing Street flick? And when will we finally get the Gordon Brown biopic we deserve?
Stephen Bush / July 14, 2017
The man who promised to stick to his principles discovered a third way
But crucially, his critics within the Labour Party have every right to fight back
Marie Le Conte / July 7, 2017
May and Corbyn both face internal opposition—but neither party seems to have a talented leader-in-waiting. How did we get here?
Jane Merrick / July 6, 2017
Those making thinly-veiled threats of deselection would do well to remember that Berger's success predates Corbynism