Ayesha Hazarika

Labour of laughs

Ayesha Hazarika on Gordon Brown’s struggles with diversity training, doing Ed Miliband’s make-up and why Jeremy Corbyn is like a wonky broom

Would your finances survive Corbygeddon?

There’s talk of a National Maximum Wage — and a new wealth tax wouldn’t be much of a surprise

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Meet Emma Dent Coad, Kensington’s class warrior

In six months, the MP has had to deal with enough drama for a whole career

Labour’s Game of Thrones

The power play to decide who will succeed Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader will be ruthless

Greece is the word for Paul Mason and Labour

After years keeping his radical politics off the air, the TV journalist aims to turn Corbyn’s gang into a Syriza-style mass movement

Letting the hard left off the leash

Jon Lansman is the head of Momentum, the movement trying to chase every moderate out of the Labour party

I was in a room full of people who thought the USSR was a force for good

A lifelong Labour supporter tries to defend Israel and nukes to the party faithful in Tottenham

Labour’s next great battle

The Labour leader and his Shadow Chancellor like to present a united front. But John McDonnell is manoeuvring for the top job

Lunch with the future leader of the Labour party

Jess Phillips is a gobby Brummie with the balls to drag the Labour party back from Korbyn’s Keystone Kommunism

Why do failed socialists end up at Harvard?

America’s most prestigious university has become a rest home for Labour party grandees