Tag: Labour party

Just as we might be winning the anti-Brexit case

Duncan Bowie regrets the recent resignations Seven Labour MPs are resigning for very different reasons - some...

Labour and Brexit: time to get real

While the Tories created the Brexit shambles Labour’s line on getting a better deal is unworkable. It’s time to come out...

Corbyn’s Labour needs to get real on Syria

Can Paz dissects the Syrian conflict while making a robust call for Corbyn’s Labour to change a skewed view of the...

Brexit means a return to 1974

Mike Davis is right to argue a general election is unlikely and a referendum more feasible. But the timings make either or...

Approaching B-Day

As we approach Brexit-Day Mike Davis says Labour needs to both embrace its public vote commitment and ensure reform and remain...

Waking up to reality: Why a Corbyn-style Lexit has to be part of our...

Don Flynn poses some problems with a People’s Vote and outlines a Plan B in anticipation of Brexit actually taking place

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

Labour’s silence

Paul Teasdale on a chorus of deafening silence

Archive Oldie | Peter Kenyon ‘It’s the party, stupid’ (2006)

CHARTIST’s Archive Oldie is back with another 2006 BANG Peter Kenyon reviews the prospects for Britain’s mainstream political parties in 2006 ahead of the PoWEr...

Northern lessons Labour must Learn

Chartist's Paul Salveson, who writes our Points & Crossings column, has recently left the Labour party to join Yorkshire First, a party formed around the mission of a devolved assembly for Yorkshire. Here he tells us - and the Labour party - why.