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Rebecca Long-Bailey is fighting an opponent that doesn’t exist – New Statesman

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The real problem with Northern Rail is the government, not the railway companies – New Statesman

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The appointment of Unite recalls that no one in the Labor party has unlimited power – New Statesman

The appointment of Unite recalls that no one in the Labor Party has unlimited power in the New StatesmanJob Leadership: Unite supports "ingenious" Rebecca...

Is the race for Labor leadership turning into a battle between Keir Starmer and Lisa Nandy? – New Statesman

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