Should Labour listen to members and advocate a second EU referendum?

Labour Members Involvement in Policy The question about listening to members is loaded.  There is an implication that Labour is not listening to members....

The Winter of Discontent: 40 years on

What are the ingredients for a political crisis? A government in shambles? A prime minister with no authority?...

Corbyn’s NYE message: A symbol of unity and hope

As we came to the end of a tumultuous year in British and International Politics, an olive branch across our divides is...

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I predict… not quite a riot, but certainly something quite close to that. Brexit is fast approaching and...

This rural district saw foodbank usage rocket by 85% in days after Universal Credit...

The negative impacts that Universal Credit is having on ordinary people across the country is a path that has been walked plenty of times...

My message to Labour’s centre-left: stay and vote out antisemitism

Writing this in August 2018, I’m still coming to terms with how the party I’ve supported my entire political life has been infected with racism. Let’s...

Why the 2020’s could be the “Millennial Moment”

History, and especially political history, can be a funny thing. We Brits particularly like to believe that our politics is not prone to the...

Statutory right to ‘keep’ pets for housing tenants?

A 'petty' proposal? Responding to the Labour party's proposal to give tenants a legal right to keep their pet in their accommodation they are renting....

Why the Government must back Safe Standing

If you're a football fan, you'll know that safe standing at games is a hot topic, and has been for quite some time. If...

We Must Admire and Learn From Momentum

They are a household name now, but it wasn’t always this way. Founded in 2015, the hard-left grassroots setup has taken the political world...

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