David Torrance / November 2, 2015
Kezia Dugdale's party are pulling some clever moves, but the nationalists barely feel the need to fight them
These extracts from memoirs and diaries shed light on how to do one of politics' most difficult jobs
It's been an eventful month—but what should we make of it?
The late Labour giant understood the value of balancing high ideals with the pursuit of power
Conor D'Arcy / September 30, 2015
Jeremy Corbyn says he wants to help independent workers—how should he and other politicians do so?
Peter Kellner / September 28, 2015
Is he engaged in a lasting strategic move away from his past, or just making short-term tactical concessions?
Prospect Team / September 25, 2015
Some believe that reducing meat consumption would help the earth
Shashank Joshi / September 21, 2015
Warnings of a coup against the Labour leader were seriously irresponsible