We need a comprehensive devolution of all services in England to regional authorities and an indirectly elected 'Senate of the Nations and Regions' to replace the House of Lords, writes Lord Foulkes.
From voter fraud to digital regulation, we need to act now to ensure electoral integrity – but we cannot do it alone, writes Chloe Smith MP
Ian Murray has launched an outspoken attack on John McDonnell for changing Labour's policy on Scottish independence during an appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Lisa Nandy's campaign to become the next Labour leader has received a significant boost after she won the support of the National Union of Mineworkers.
Lisa Nandy has urged Labour members not to make the "easy choice" but to back her "brave" campaign for the party leadership.
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.
Rebecca Long-Bailey has rejected Jeremy Corbyn's claim that Labour "won the argument" despite losing the general election.
Keir Starmer will promise to boost Labour’s “radicalism” under his leadership in a pitch to members for the top job.
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.
Labour must do more than apologise for the "harm" and "distress" it has brought to the Jewish community in Britain, one of the party’s backbenchers has said.
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
Electing a new Speaker, a Queen’s Speech, backing Brexit and finding her feet around the Palace of Westminster, Theo Clarke has had a whirlwind start to her parliamentary career
We cannot rehash the past, the next Labour leader needs a brand-new outlook, writes Louise Haigh MP
In a new political era, we need a new kind of leadership. Clive Lewis will heal the pain of the last four years and reignite the hope that created a people powered party in 2015, writes Rachael Maskell MP.
European elections, Theresa May out, Boris Johnson in, a snap general election and a new Parliament. For fans of politics, the 2019 season has been action-packed. Take a trip down memory lane as we round-up our most read stories from the year.
Dawn Butler has confirmed that she is planning to run to be Labour's deputy leader.
Former Labour deputy leader Lord Hattersley has called on the party's MPs to defy Rebecca Long-Bailey if she succeeds Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
My constituents would be shocked if they knew the extent of corrupt election practices and voter fraud, if we fail to understand the magnitude of this, then we are a politically bankrupt nation, writes Steve Baker MP.
Boris Johnson made a bid to cement the Tories’ new electoral coalition as he unveiled a Queen’s Speech heavy on Brexit, the NHS and workers’ rights.
Emily Thornberry has accused "courtiers" working for Jeremy Corbyn of "undermining" the leader during the election campaign.
While Boris Johnson was the big winner last week, Nicola Sturgeon will be equally pleased with her party’s election performance. The SNP’s success has put another referendum back on the agenda in a big way. But, as James Millar reports, a vote for the party does not necessarily herald a shift in favour of independence
Our institutions, their representatives and reputations have been bruised and battered in recent years. Does a new Parliament offer a chance for renewal? Whether it’s closing loopholes in electoral law or tackling bullying and harassment, Sebastian Whale and Georgina Bailey look at how MPs can get their House in order
Political campaigns have always had a casual relationship with the truth. The 2019 general election was no different. But given the changing landscape, caused in part by the rise of social media, did political parties cross a line this time around? Sebastian Whale reports on a campaign to forget.
A revised deal, an intransigent parliament and a leader who believed in Brexit – the most crucial moments of the general election took place before the contest officially began, writes Mark Wallace