Sir Keir’s choice is between not sacking front bench dissenters, so inviting claims of weakness, and doing so – thus provoking accusations of over-reacting.
The main threat may not be from Labour or the Lib Dems – but an uprising of plucky residents’ groups opposing ugly development.
Our series continues with a look at another key region, which offers a decent clutch of targets to either Labour or the Conservatives on a good night.
Amidst the gathering leadership election debate, there is a lack of focus on who such voters are and where they live.
The final part of our series this week on May’s elections. Will there be a LibDem revival – which polls have yet to indicate?
Labour and the Lib Dems are being propped up by a party of hate.
What possible reason could Labour have to vigorously oppose anti-fraud measures?
Priti Patel, Alok Sharma, Shailesh Vara – all have played a part in the big push among Indian-origin voters. It needs more money and support.
In the aftermath of the election, we revisit our regional profiles to see how the parties fared compared to expectations.
It’s very tight indeed in these constituencies, but Ed Miliband’s party has the edge in these local campaigns on the basis of this evidence.
Our Brownfield Regeneration Fund will clean up contaminated eyesores to make them attractive to developers.
In the first of our series looking at May’s electoral battlegrounds, we explore the fierce fights which are taking place across the North West.
Sam Gyimah has been fighting the good fight.
Pendle is currently subject to an inquiry by the Electoral Commission.
People who really need them should get them, the Pendle MP says, but the current system creates a widespread risk of electoral fraud.