Jeremy Corbyn is now the odds on favourite to win Labour Leadership election. Read more.
When the debate closed, Jeremy Corbyn had secured 80.6 per cent, followed by a dismal showing of 9.1 for Kendall, 5.7 for Cooper. Read more.
Mary Creagh wrote: “Labour needs a leader who can unite the party, shape our national debate and make the world a better place.” Read more.
General Lord Dannatt, a former head of the Army, told the paper a Corbyn victory “will make it much harder and far less likely for David Cameron to be able to get a vote for air intervention over Syria. Read more.
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Tony Blair: “We have been up and down this road many times and we’re warning you there are dangerous hairpin bends and then a sheer drop.” Read more.
Jeremy Corbyn: “I don’t think we can go on having policy made by leader, shadow cabinet, parliamentary Labour party. It’s got to go much wider.” Read more.
It may sound like a man considering a relatively radical policy option and pledging consultation on it, but it is in fact the end of days. Read more.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is a Socialist not a Unionist, making clear that he is the Labour leadership candidate. Read more.
Jeremy Corbyn’s election campaign has a war chest of £222,000, it’s been confirmed today. Unions have ploughed more than £90,000 into the fund. Read more.