In the Labour leadership election non Labour members can pay £3 as supporters to vote for the party's leader. In reality it's a bad idea.
The former Labour chancellor, Alistair Darling, has backed Liz Kendall to take over from Ed Miliband.
The Labour party, which is in the middle of a tight leadership contest, has gained its 250,000th member.
Left winger, Jeremy Corbyn, once an outsider in the leadership debate, could be set to become Labour leader, if private polling is believed.
The youngest MP to stand in the Labour leadership contest - in terms of Westminster experience - may have the edge.
Twitter followers are no indicator of who will win the leadership race, but they do show how many people are interested in each candidate.
Former home secretary, Alan Johnson, is set to lead Labour’s campaign for the UK to remain in the European Union.
The latest YouGov poll for the Sunday Times indicates that if David Miliband was Labour leader then people would be more likely to vote for his party.
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