With the Labour Party still in reeling in the wake of May's disaster, we spoke to former front-bench Labour MP Bryan Gould - formerly one of the party's most prominent critics of economic orthodoxy - about what went wrong.
The general election was a disaster – for the Labour Party, the broader left, and especially for the most vulnerable, who will now bear the brunt of the consequences. How might the left regroup and regain the offensive?
The Labour Party criticises those to its left for splitting the anti-Tory vote. But Labour itself is only a serious contender for government today because, more than 100 years ago, people rejected this logic and voted with their principles.
What do the Policy Review documents tell us about current Labour Party thinking?