Where does Labour go after the Copeland defeat?
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has made it clear he is not stepping down after the mixed results of last week's by-elections.
Meanwhile, his internal critics have - for the most part - fallen silent.
MP Paul Flynn thinks the party should "take a lesson from the Tories" and keep its divisions private in future.
Jenny Kumah spoke to Labour MPs about the future direction of the party.
- From the section UK Politics