From the News Chronicle in October 1936: Will there ever be a Labour government again?
ALWYN TURNER on 1992-2007, the days when Labour leader and prime minister weren’t mutually exclusive jobs.
ALWYN TURNER reflects on the 1992 Labour leadership election, when the party chose the wrong man.
ALWYN TURNER remembers the Labour Party’s leadership election in 1976.
DAN ATKINSON celebrates the 1970s incarnation of Harold Wilson.
The unexpected return of a lost Labour hero.
ALWYN TURNER explores the curious incident that befell Harry Pollitt in 1925.
Is it really deja vu all over again? Some quotes from the Labour Party in the early 1980s.
Remembrance hasn’t always been a pageant of national unity. ALWYN TURNER reveals how the British state once feared its veterans.
He was a political bruiser and hated by the left. But Denis Healey’s great achievement, argues DAN ATKINSON, was to cut without harming.