As Labour members and supporters cast their votes for the person they most trust to meet the challenges ahead, we asked all three leadership contenders to set out their priorities for leading the party back to power. Here, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Lisa Nandy and Keir Starmer make their offer to the party and the country.
SAM DALTON: Labour must address its generational imbalance and win older voters to stand any chance of success.
CHARLES CLARKE: Hard-headed policy analysis, not fantasy wishlists, will win back public confidence in politics
JESSIE JOE JACOBS: With the right approach, Labour can rekindle its relationship with working-class northern voters.
At the FEPS-Fabian New Year Conference, László Andor shared his thoughts on UK-EU relations and the future of social democracy in Europe.
RAYHAN HAQUE: A four-day working week was one of the ideas which grabbed the headlines in the election campaign. Could it really become a reality?