The New Labour architect explained how Corbyn could get a 'substantial working majority' in the next election.
The first secretary of state had Heidi Allen, Jacob Rees Mogg, Lynton Crosby and George Osborne in his sights.
The cabinet minister took part in a charitable auction hosted by Ed Miliband at the Pink News awards.
The Labour leader’s performance won plaudits from lobby journalists.
He spends ‘up to an hour’ in the bath each morning.
Is the foreign secretary finally running out of surreal slap-downs for rival politicians?
Fellow Tory Brexiteers James Cleverely and Priti Patel have also got a bad deal.
The Conservative leadership does not want to be defined by Europe - but that's looking less and less realistic.
Napoleon Bonaparte might be a useful lens through which to understand the PM's strange balancing acts.
Theresa May is keen to press ahead with initiatives such as the Race Disparity Audit, which was published this week and discussed in Number 10.
Unlike the other parties, the SNP goes into its party conference united and grown-up.
Ruth Davidson gave the best speech of this year's Tory conference, while Gavin Williamson showed he is also one to watch.
Optimism at Labour conference is not evidence that the left has taken its foot of the pedal.
David Laws had a rare vantage point on the Coalition government and provides a warts and all account.
The Daily Mail sketch writer was taken to task by Polly Toynbee.
Labour MP Chris Bryant hammers away at the ruthlessness and greed of the aristocracy in this no-holds barred critique.