During his trip to Brighton yesterday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn ruled out working with other progressive parties to form an electoral alliance. Luke Cooper argues this is could be a fatal error on the part of the left-wing leader he supports.
Just minuted after the results from the EU referendum been announced, a coup was brewing inside the UK Labour Party. The majority of Labour MPs have had enough of Jeremy Corbyn. With a leadership contest on the very near horizon, some 100,000 people had joined Labour since the vote, desperate to have their say.