Labour Party

No rush to judgement

Whoever was responsible for the use of chemical weapons against a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, the main political beneficiary so far appears to be Teresa May, whose bellicose [...]

21st March 2018 // 1 Comment

Corbyn supporters on a roll

It has been a good few weeks for Corbyn supporters in the Labour Party writes Andy Stowe. Steven Saxby, described by the Evening Standard as an “arch-Corbynite” [...]

19th March 2018 // 0 Comments

Austerity, Brexit and the Corbyn challenge

After the harshest winter for more than a decade, Britain finds itself still gripped by the icy fingers of neoliberal austerity, writes Phil Hearse. Both the health service [...]

13th March 2018 // 1 Comment

Labour should grasp the Brexit nettle

Just when you think the crisis of the Tory party has reached rock bottom it gets worse, argues Alan Davies. Claims of ‘unity’ by Theresa May after her ‘keynote’ [...]

9th March 2018 // 2 Comments

A red thread of militancy for March 8

Sylvia Pankhurst and the East End branch of the Women’s Social and Political Union were kicked out of that organisation for supporting political causes other than [...]

8th March 2018 // 0 Comments

For the Many … Preparing Labour for power

This impressive and varied collection of voices from the left weaves this anthology assembled by Mike Phipps. For the Many …Preparing Labour for power is reviewed by [...]

28th February 2018 // 0 Comments

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