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Democratisation odyssey continues

Bryn Jones gives two cheers for McDonnell’s democracy plans, warns of Brexit implications but finds fudges on Labour internal democracy at Conference Labour’s new commitment...

Democracy – threat, opportunity, or damp squib?

Ann Black reports on compromises and conflict on party democracy This year’s conference went well, with popular announcements on childcare, workers’ rights and renationalisation and...

After the IHRA. Where do we go from here?

The fight against antisemitism for the socialist left has to go hand-in-hand with resistance to all other forms of racism. Hostility to Jews as...

Conference and crystal balls

Ann Black reviews Labour’s Democracy Review  As I write, I have no idea how the 120 recommendations in the party democracy review will be presented...

Labour left at a turning point

Don Flynn sets out the challenges facing Labour’s left in seeking to build on successes and secure a Corbyn government The socialist left inside the...

Why debating Brexit is still vital for the left

John Palmer says a Schrodinger’s Brexit, neither in nor out, is the likely outcome from the May government unless Labour forces a General Election...

All change for Welsh Labour?

Peter Rowlands assesses prospects for a left Welsh Labour leader The decision by Carwyn Jones, the Welsh Government’s First Minister (and since 2011 the most...

Crunch time for Corbyn’s Labour on Brexit

Alena Ivanova on how the Left is gearing up for a fight on Brexit - and not a minute too soon

Two cheers for Labour housing policy

Mind the gaps says Duncan Bowie, but the new policy does put social housing back centre stage About two weeks before the local elections, Jeremy...

Report: LABOUR CONFERENCE 2016

Jeremy Corbyn got a bigger and renewed mandate. How did conference respond? David Lister reports on Corbyn’s speech, mixed messages and unity calls   I attended...

Labour’s uncivil war: will it ever end?

Peter Kenyon fears the prospects are slim