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Tom Watson on Labour's 'quiet revolution'

Tom Watson on Labour's 'quiet revolution'

Elections, gigs, phone hacking and computer games – the many sides of the Labour Party campaign co-ordinator. By Mark Ferguson

Luciana Berger on having to work harder than the rest

Luciana Berger on having to work harder than the rest

by Rob Wilson / 28 May 2012

The shadow energy minister talks to Rob Wilson about great schools, Ferry ‘cross the Mersey, and how learning about hard grafting from an early age has informed her politics

Engel: ‘The last two years have been hell on earth’

Engel: ‘The last two years have been hell on earth’

by Amber Elliott / 27 Mar 2012

Natascha Engel has had a pretty tough couple of years. But now the chairman of the backbench business committee is ready to head back into the fray. Amber Elliott reports

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What being British means to Sadiq Khan

What being British means to Sadiq Khan

by Sadiq Khan MP / 22 Mar 2012

South London MP Sadiq Khan draws from his rich British Pakistani-Asian background to define what it means to be a modern Briton

Interrogating Labour's power bases

by Amber Elliott / 08 Mar 2012

Amber Elliott reviews the underlying power plays in the Labour camp. Will lasagne become a weapon of choice?

Under the radar

Under the radar

by Rob Wilson MP / 31 Jan 2012

Rob Wilson MP talks to John Denham, Labour’s champion of the south and PPS to Ed Miliband, about the his party leader, New Labour and cricket etiquette

The 25 club: Keith Vaz

by Holly Smith / 16 Jan 2012

Holly Smith talks to Keith Vaz about his 25 years in Parliament and the decline of the individual in politics

The 25 club: Alun Michael

The 25 club: Alun Michael

by Holly Smith / 10 Jan 2012

Holly Smith talks to the Labour MP about his experiences in Parliament since 1987

The 25 Club: Ronnie Campbell

The 25 Club: Ronnie Campbell

by Holly Smith / 06 Jan 2012

The Labour MP for Blyth Valley talks to Holly Smith about his 25 years in Westminster

Serwotka: PCS will fund candidates 'out of necessity'

Serwotka: PCS will fund candidates 'out of necessity'

by Amber Elliott / 02 Jul 2012

A major trade union late last week voted to potentially stand left-wing candidates against the Labour Party in future elections. Now PCS boss Mark Serwotka explains why his union took the "historic" step

Helen Grant MP on ‘flirting’ with New Labour

Helen Grant MP on ‘flirting’ with New Labour

by Helen Grant / 28 Mar 2012

Helen Grant MP explains why she was attracted to Labour, before making her choice to join the Conservatives under David Cameron

Twigg: 'It’s not about being anti-free schools'

Twigg: 'It’s not about being anti-free schools'

by Mark Ferguson / 26 Mar 2012

Mark Ferguson interviews the shadow education secretary about his victory over Portillo, free schools and hair dye

Labour's task to regenerate its economic plan

Labour's task to regenerate its economic plan

by Hopi Sen / 21 Mar 2012

Hopi Sen believes Labour can refloat its fiscal boat and become the go-to party for a workable economic plan

Dan Jarvis: 'I'm naturally restless and impatient'

Dan Jarvis: 'I'm naturally restless and impatient'

by Ben Duckworth / 06 Feb 2012

Ben Duckworth meets Dan Jarvis, a type-defying Labour MP who is thinking big in 2012

The 25 club: Joan Ruddock

The 25 club: Joan Ruddock

by Holly Smith / 18 Jan 2012

Holly Smith talks to the Labour MP about her 25 years in Parliament

The 25 club: Frank Doran

by Holly Smith / 16 Jan 2012

The Labour MP on what it's like to lose your seat and return to Parliament

The 25 club: David Blunkett

09 Jan 2012

Holly Smith talks to the former Labour cabinet minister about his experiences in Parliament since 1987

The 25 club: Diane Abbott

The 25 club: Diane Abbott

by Holly Smith / 04 Jan 2012

Holly Smith talks to the shadow health minister and former Labour leadership contender about her experiences in Parliament since 1987

What’s left of the Labour left?

What’s left of the Labour left?

by Amber Elliott / 28 Jun 2011

Amber Elliott looks at the new face of the opposition party’s outer margin. Can it influence the party in a meaningful way and what values will it represent in the future?

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