Labour Party

Tower Hamlets strike reveals Labour fault lines

The strike is illuminating the massive divisions in Labour over something as basic as defending jobs, conditions and services. The party’s right is willing to take extreme measures to force through cuts, confident that the majority of the centre will acquiesce and shut up, waiting for all the fuss to die down.

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16th July 2020 // 2 Comments

Labour is still where socialists should be

Labour is still the home of hundreds of thousands of dedicated socialists and we must keep it that way. Together we have incredible power, but only if we get organised.

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2nd July 2020 // 7 Comments

If They Come In the Morning

The Labour Party’s antisemitism witchhunt has just claimed its highest profile victim, with the sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey from Starmer’s shadow cabinet for the crime [...]

26th June 2020 // 6 Comments

Don’t despair, organise!

It has long been a problem across large swathes of the Labour left that they only focus of what’s going on in constituency parties and ignore the issue of the affiliated unions. That’s been one of the distinctive aspects of the LRC and now of Don’t Leave Organise.

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12th May 2020 // 1 Comment

Starmy times ahead

“Keir Starmer says very little in terms of concrete policy in a more eloquent style than anyone I’ve come across. So eloquent that you don’t realise at the time, but only later do you realise that you cannot remember anything he said.”

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3rd March 2020 // 5 Comments

Analysing a disastrous result

This was not only a devastating defeat for the left and progressive forces, but a huge victory for English nationalism.

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12th February 2020 // 3 Comments

Actually, it is racist

One conclusion being drawn from Labour’s defeat is that the party under Corbyn was insufficiently concerned about migration, English nationalism and the concerns [...]

30th December 2019 // 1 Comment

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