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A sense of justice

Labour is carving out a new place for itself, says David Lammy. He talks race and the justice system, Grenfell and Brexit with Kate Murray.

Moving the centre

Emily Thornberry was one of the stars of Labour’s election campaign. Now she wants the party to prepare for power, she tells Kate Murray
It was one of the highlights of election night: Emily Thornberry, grinning like the Cheshire Cat, telling...

Challenging times

She did not emerge as the candidate, but Angela Eagle sparked Labour’s leadership contest after Brexit led the parliamentary party’s uneasy truce to collapse. She tells Conor Pope why Labour can’t go on as it is – and why there...

The long road

Kezia Dugdale is under no illusions about the scale of her task in leading Labour’s revival in Scotland. With tricky elections and an EU referendum to navigate, she talks to Mary Riddell about what it’s like to have the toughest job in politics.

The unlikely shadow chancellor

John McDonnell’s elevation to shadow chancellor startled him as much as anyone. He talks to Mary Riddell about his unexpected journey from crusader of the left to leading the battle to regain Labour’s economic credibility.

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