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  • The ghosts of MPs past are starting to loom large

    In the words of Idina Menzel’s totemic anthem ‘Let it go, let it go, Turn away and slam the door!’ Over the last few weeks, I can’t shake the sense that one or two Lib Dem grandees could do with sitting down on the naughty step, armed with a child-sized Kinder Bueno, and watching all 102 glorious minutes of Disney’s epic Frozen. Sing along at home if you know the words. Confused? All will become clear…

    By Craig Ling 09/10/2015
  • Did Corbyn Rock Brighton?

    Labour Party members have returned from Brighton, universally more tanned, but with deeply contrasting visions and expectations for Labour's future. So what did they make of the first Labour Party Conference under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn?

    By Tom Symondson 02/10/2015
  • Conferences should be about insight, not obsessive Tweeting!

    One of the problems is that it seems sharing what you’re listening to is as important as understanding what you’re listening to.

    By Chris Owen 28/09/2015
  • Corbynmania put to the test

    What started as an exercise in broadening the debate has ended with Jeremy Corbyn being elected as Leader of the Labour Party. Despite having never possessed a government or shadow ministerial brief, and being a serial rebel against his own party, Corbyn was able to win just under 60% of the vote.

    By Tom Symondson 18/09/2015
  • How to Pin down a great strategy

    The desire to discover new things and succumb to inspiration is increasing, and being on mobile means we are able to do this more swiftly than ever.

    By Dani Millward 15/09/2015
  • Corbyn Khan't Lose It Now

    So the first result of Labour’s tripartite election is in. Sadiq Khan has been selected as Labour’s candidate for Mayor of London, winning a staggering 59% of the vote in the final round to defeat New Labour grandee Tessa Jowell.

    By Tom Symondson 11/09/2015