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Boris Johnson has moved to postpone May’s local elections for a year amid the coronavirus crisis.
Number 10 has insisted May’s local elections will go ahead in defiance of a call by the official watchdog to postpone them amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Labour bosses have been urged to close a loophole which saw a senior SNP politician given a vote in the party's leadership election.
One in three British voters "held their nose" and picked the least-worst political party at last year's general election, according to new research from electoral reform campaigners.
Keir Starmer is on course for a decisive win in Labour’s leadership contest, while Angela Rayner is the frontrunner in the deputy race, according to a new poll.
The Tories raked in a record-breaking £37 million in donations ahead of the election, almost four-times more than Labour.
Voters’ concerns about Jeremy Corbyn, Labour election promises that were “not believable” and a campaign dominated by Brexit were the main reasons Boris Johnson won the keys to Number 10 last year, according to a new poll.
Dozens of Labour MPs could quit the party if Rebecca Long-Bailey wins the leadership race, it is being reported.
Rosena Allin-Khan is a real campaigner – she knows how to roll up her sleeves and get stuck in, writes Putney's new MP, Fleur Anderson.
More than half of the British public are unhappy with the way democracy is working, new research has found.
Labour party chairman Ian Lavery has come under fire after issuing an impassioned defence of the party's disastrous election campaign.
If there is a blockage to Labour building a winning coalition, it is in the prejudices of those who cannot understand that Leave voters are a vitally important part of Labour’s past, present and future, writes Stephen Kinnock MP.
Labour leadership hopeful Clive Lewis has warned the party it must "modernise or die" in the wake of its devastating election defeat.
Working as a frontline A&E doctor, the most important skill I’ve developed is the ability to listen, now is the time to listen to our voters and activists and understand how they want us to rebuild, writes Rosena Allin-Khan MP.
Not everyone got caught up in the narrative that followed the 2017 general election. Bridget Phillipson raised concerns that her party were not learning the right lessons. With Labour suffering its worst election result in decades, the backbench MP warns the same mistakes cannot be repeated. She talks to Sebastian Whale