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Peter Kenyon

Peter Kenyon
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Peter Kenyon is a member of Cities of London & Westminster CLP and Chartist EB, and a former member of Labour's NEC.

Brexitology – a challenge for voters and Corbyn

Peter Kenyon explores the mysteries of Britain's application to leave the European Union as the Tories prepare for the next round of talks My formative...

Corbyn in Downing Street?

Peter Kenyon reviews the prospects for one of the biggest upsets in British political history Top marks to Labour for being ready. Tories are so...

Build, build, build

Peter Kenyon assesses a spirited effort to resurrect public sector home building through a review of fellow Chartist Duncan Bowie's new book Radical solutions to the Housing...

Snap election?

With a snap election in prospect, Peter Kenyon suggests a way forward for Labour Labour people have spoken. Jeremy Corbyn has an even stronger mandate....

Labour’s uncivil war: will it ever end?

Peter Kenyon fears the prospects are slim

Labour leadership – time for the stalking horse to be stabled

Labour leadership - time for the stalking horse to be stabledI think the unthinkable – a re-united Labour Party by the beginning of next...

Labour’s mis-selling scandal – NEC should act on Tuesday

Peter Kenyon sets out the case for resetting the freeze date to Thursday 14 July Prepare for the worst. The Labour Party's National Executive Committee...

Corbyn Coup latest

A week, then a weekend and now a couple of hours is a long time in politics. Peter Kenyon reports

Kenyon on the Rainbow coalition that’s coming

Peter Kenyon spins the wheel of political fortune in the event of a hung Parliament in May Hope for the best and prepare for the...

Follow the leader: Labour’s Balls-shaped shackles

Peter Kenyon on a persistent Ed Balls problem that has straddled Labour and its leader, Ed Miliband.

Labour’s first post-election budget: how to avoid a Balls up

Peter Kenyon on the 2 Eds and some important pre and post-election choices Britain needs a payrise. I would go further. The world needs a...