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Jeremy Corbyn (Image: PA)

Is this the end of UK Labour as we know it?

The idea that UK Labour are out for a generation is not a given, writes Guy Rundle. Still, there's no denying things are bad...

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Young voters may define the UK election

It would be an understatement to say that election night in Britain has surprised before.

The case for a second Brexit referendum

Crikey readers respond to Guy Rundle's questioning of a (seemingly inevitable) Conservative victory in the UK election, and elsewhere discuss agriculture and productivity in a rapidly drying Australia.

UK Labour backs early election

Good morning, early birds. The UK will head to a general election before Christmas, and Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt is set to reframe the push for an Indigenous voice to parliament. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

The long list of journos leaving Fairfax continues, and the UK papers pull out all stops for their election editions. Plus more media tidbits.

Journalists continue to leave Fairfax … the UK papers’ election coverage … Mamamia does news …

The long list of journos leaving Fairfax continues, and the UK papers pull out all stops for their election editions. Plus more media tidbits.

<em>Crikey</em> readers have their say on the UK election and other issues of the day.

Mixing sporting metaphors

Crikey readers have their say on the UK election and other issues of the day.

<em>Crikey</em> readers discuss nationalism and other issues of the day.

Why we should look at Kokoda, not Gallipoli

Crikey readers discuss nationalism and other issues of the day.

It ain't no CSI:UK election as <i>The Guardian's</i> primo journo hits the country's capital for a little forensic digging.

David Marr searches London for evidence of election

It ain't no CSI:UK election as The Guardian's primo journo hits the country's capital for a little forensic digging.

Britain votes this week on its voting system, but the news today is from Canada, where Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, after two terms of minority government, has won a majority.

Canada’s lesson for Britain: voting systems matter

Britain votes this week on its voting system, but the news today is from Canada, where Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, after two terms of minority government, has won a majority.

Killjoy academics have struck. The worm, it seems, is positively undemocratic.

Global worming, aka Mr Squiggly with bias

Killjoy academics have struck. The worm, it seems, is positively undemocratic.

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