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GE2019: their gaffes and ours

Jacob Rees-Mogg versus Kate Ramsden – the respective souls of the parties are supposedly being laid bare by the imprudence of...
Labour Campaign for Free Movement activists pose with a huge banner

Has Labour conference voted to lose the next election?

Simon Hannah reports on the good, the bad and Brexit battles at Brighton while fearing for Labour prospects without a remain campaign

Charting a complex path

A reply to Duncan Bowie: Corbyn has played the cards he has been dealt with well and continued support for his leadership is vital, says Don Flynn
Jeremy Corbyn speaking at Chatham House

End the Corbyn fandom – towards a pluralist socialism

In the face of a hard-right Johnson premiership, Duncan Bowie underlines the urgency of Labour getting its house in order

Broad front against Johnson

Labour clarity on opposing Brexit is needed, says Trevor Fisher, in assessing the threat of a Johnson premiership and Labour Brexit rebels
Enoch Power on the television in 1979

Enoch Powell’s revenge

Trevor Fisher on the toppling of Tory Prime Ministers

Labour beware false optimism

Labour squeezed through the middle of two Brexit parties to win the Peterborough by-election, but the European elections tell a different...

Options for Anti-Brexiteers

Following March 27th's indicative vote, when 268 MPs voted for a fresh referendum, Trevor Fisher highlights some of the key issues...

What price a People’s Vote? 

Bryn Jones fears another referendum could lead to electoral defeat for Labour Judging by my email inbox, the...

Million march for putting it to the people 

It’s time for Labour to create time for a public vote and prepare for elections to win in Europe, writes Mike...

Steering Labour off the road to nowhere

Steve Freeman & Phil Vellender argue for a simple yes/no vote on a Tory deal Since December 2018,...