Byline: ANDREW GILLIGAN
IN A key London target seat, a high-profile challenger is running a vigorous campaign against the Labour Party's stance on the Iraq war, terror laws, tuition fees, the privatisation of public services and the PPP for the Tube.
Nothing wrong with any of that, of course - except that she's the official Labour Party candidate.
In line with age-old traditions in this part of north London, the battle of Brent East has developed into an ideological purity contest about who can reject Labour party policy most effectively.
You might think the Labour candidate would be at a disadvantage in this. You haven't met Yasmin Qureshi.
As the publication of the Attorney General's legal advice turns new heat on the Iraq issue, Ms Qureshi insists: "I'm the most effective antiwar vote here. …