Labour movement

Laura Smith, Jon Trickett and Ian Lavery urge Labour leader not to "bury under the carpet his role".
Shadow Brexit secretary gives big job to former party campaigns chief and Ken Livingstone aide
A century of hard-won progress from the Labour movement is at stake, Lisa Nandy MP writes.
When our losses are concentrated in former coalfield constituencies that voted Leave, the reason is staring us in the face, Len McCluskey writes.
Gathering in Brighton set to be dominated by party's EU policy ahead of the upcoming general election.
We need to bring our old union banner adages to life for the 21st century, writes Trade Unionists of Tomorrow founder James Matthewson.
Unite boss tells deputy "you should be f***ing ashamed of yourself" as speculation mounts over confidence motion.
The issue is incredibly divisive within the Labour hierarchy, with splits in the shadow cabinet.
Over the long term, as the open generation increasingly outnumber their elders, representing their values will become the only possible winning proposition.