With Jim Murphy ready to depart the Scottish leadership, in order to survive above the border the Labour party needs to make dramatic reforms.
The leaders of the Green party and Ukip have forged an unlikely political union in order to call for a fairer electoral system, after their parties gained 16.4% of the vote in the general election but emerged with just 0.31% of the seats in the House of Commons.
We have have been promised a Conservative government with a radical beating heart.
Labour needs to reset its relationship with business, one of the frontrunners for the party leadership is to say, adding that former leader Ed Miliband’s divisional rhetoric of “predators and producers” was mistaken.
Dan Jarvis, the Labour MP who disappointed many party activists by refusing to stand for the party leadership, has given a personal boost to Andy Burnham’s campaign by endorsing the shadow health secretary.
David Cameron is to signal his determination to press ahead with the referendum on Britain’s European Union membership by publishing the parliamentary bill, which will pave the way for the vote, a day after the Queen’s speech next week.
The new business secretary Sajid Javid is to pledge to cut red tape for companies by at least £10bn during the current parliament as he announces details of the enterprise bill that will form part of this month’s Queen’s speech.
Jim Murphy has made his intentions clear that he will stand down as Scottish Labour leader next month, but who should replace him?
The warning by Len McCluskey, the Unite general secretary, that his union may disaffiliate from the Labour if a favourable candidate is not chosen in the autumn leadership ballot, has put into sharp relief how sudden and real the party’s existential crisis has become.
David Cameron will pledge to deliver the world’s first seven day-a-week universal health service that will guarantee care to patients “wherever they are and whenever they need it”.
Jeremy Corbyn will attempt to confront the crisis facing his leadership on Monday morning as he enters emergency talks with the deputy Labour leader, Tom Watson, amid a series of further shadow cabinet walkouts and a likely vote of no confidence from his MPs.
Momentum, the leftwing grassroots organisation set up last autumn to support Jeremy Corbyn, is preparing to confront MPs in open revolt against the party’s leader, and throw its weight behind hisre-election in a new leadership contest.