Neil Kinnock

Decision to grant provisional membership had sparked anger from MPs.
Allies of four former leaders unite to support Tom Watson's new group.
It comes amid fears as many as 10 MPs are preparing to resign and join the new Independent Group.
Shadow minister appeared to back illegal budget setting, quoting the famous line "better to break the law than break the poor".
The funding for removal of dangerous cladding, a special interview with Neil Kinnock and the Tory party's knack for "diversity".
The former party leader believes it is 'fundamental to the wellbeing of the country'
The five things you need to know about politics today
Will the Labour leader shift his single market position?
Journalist Hadley Freeman attacked him for “kicking off the weekend with a rape joke”. Playwright Lucy Prebble said jokes
"I remember watching the news when I was little and my dad said: 'That's Labour, that's who we vote for'."
The 2017 General Election saw 92 MPs elected to the Commons for the very first time. In a series of exclusive interviews
If you're planning to vote remain, please take a moment to read this article. It may help you reconsider the most important political decision of your life. Most people I've spoken to say they're planning to vote leave, but of the few who say they'll vote remain, these have been the most common reasons...
They're not always at each other's throats
Tory Prime Minister David Cameron, Labour's Harriet Harman, Lib Dem leader Tim Farron and Green Party leader Natalie Bennet
Kinnock has shown he is an internationalist who can think local - someone who can consider the big, extensional issues of politics and society and also get stuck in to the nitty-gritty of constituency problems. Amid an unstable Labour Party, and questions over who could be the next leader, don't be surprised if his name is in the frame in the not too distant future.
Five heavyweight Labour politicians, who previously opposed Britain remaining in Europe, have backed David Cameron on the
The Government has failed to provide any evidence to prove that migrants are travelling to the UK in order to receive in
Donnie Darko. No, I haven't got a clue what it all means either. 10) Who is your favourite band/artist? I love the Stereophonics
Being backward-looking is a curse in politics. We need to know our history, so that we do not repeat the wrong bits. But pining for a bygone era, or looking to recreate something that has been and gone, never works. Worse still it stops you being able to shape the future. As centre-left people who want a Labour government, this is our task.