Labour Party

Corbyn presents a radical alternative

Jeremy Corbyn has done remarkably well since the general election was called, argues Alan Thornett. He hit the ground running and launched Labour’s campaign with a speech [...]

4th May 2017 // 1 Comment

Theresa May – a strong and stable leader?

Dave Kellaway looks at how far Theresa May is from the image she tries to project: Theresa May = Geoffrey Boycott Theresa May confesses that the former English opening [...]

29th April 2017 // 2 Comments

Hero or villain? The Livingstone question

Continuing our discussion on the decision of the Labour Party to continue Ken Livingstone’s suspension and the events surrounding it, we are happy to republish David [...]

8th April 2017 // 2 Comments

A letter to Jeremy about Ken

On Wednesday,  Ken Livingstone was suspended from membership for a further year for bringing the party into disrepute for comments he made in the defence of MP Naz Shah on [...]

6th April 2017 // 0 Comments

Vote McCluskey in the Unite election

As the ballot papers go out for the Unite General Secretary election, the need to re-elect Len McCluskey, in what is one of the most critical trade union elections in Britain [...]

28th March 2017 // 1 Comment

Momentum conferences are like buses

Andy Stowe reports from the first of this month’s Momentum conferences. Momentum describes itself as having “evolved out of Jeremy Corbyn’s 2015 Labour leadership bid [...]

12th March 2017 // 1 Comment

Corbynism after Copeland

by Alan Thornett It is to Jeremy Corbyn’s great credit that he has faced down, once again, the usual chorus of demands for him to resign—following Labour’s defeat in [...]

27th February 2017 // 8 Comments

Labour’s conundrum over article 50

Below and here, we present two positions on what approach Labour should take to article 50 from Socialist Resistance supporters: The difficult situation Labour finds itself [...]

7th February 2017 // 1 Comment

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