DAVID SWIFT: Voters in post-industrial towns are disadvantaged in a way that those in big cities are not.
HYWEL LLOYD reviews Shaun Spiers’ How to Build Houses and Save the Countryside.
DANIEL CAREY-DAWES: There is no doubt, that climate change is one of the greatest threats facing the countryside today, but the disconnect between policy and the reality of the challenge has never felt greater.
TOBIAS PHIBBS: Labour must offer hope for those who love living in the countryside but struggle with the realities of rural life.
We spoke to rural voters about their views on the Labour party - and what it's like to live in a rural area.
Labour should pursue an economic strategy that delivers for rural areas.