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Labour’s left and the problem of Starmer

Peter Rowlands says Starmer must row back from Corbyn’s suspension and open serious dialogue with the left about the party’s direction if Labour is to succeed

Starmer’s static slot machine

Bryn Jones assesses Starmer’s static slot machine and Sunak’s slick sweepstake

Starmer’s Mission: Impossible

Peter Kenyon says this corrupt government with 120,000 deaths on its hands requires Starmer’s Labour to seriously raise its opposition and ambition

Starmer & Negotiating the Rapids

Andrew Coates looks back on the innovative thinking of a left current involving Keir Starmer

Labour’s response to the so-called ‘deal’ – what’s the fuss about?

Peter Kenyon wonders why Keir Starmer is picking another fight with his party

Starmer and the left – technocracy is the enemy

Tom Miller says Labour’s leader needs to find a new way to unity

Labour Party factionalism – drop it or lose the next election

Peter Kenyon surveys the shitstorms breaking out within the party

Starmer over-reacts on Long-Bailey

Don Flynn says Sir Keir Starmer has turned his back on a movement against excessive police force

Will Starmer get lucky?

Peter Kenyon reviews the new Leader of the Labour Party’s prospects following defeat in the 2019 General Election, the coronavirus pandemic and climate change

Starmer’s victory: What next for the left?

Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet shows his concern to make sure both the left and right are represented in his leadership team. But Don Flynn argues that it is the extraordinary times we are living through which are generating the real opportunities for a decisive shift towards a new democratic socialism

Resonating with the membership

Andrew Coates looks at the main leadership candidates and finds Keir Starmer best placed to take the party forward