John Denham was a Labour MP from 1992 to 2015, and a Secretary of State 2007 to 2010. He is Director of the Centre for English Identity and Politics at Winchester University
With Brexit, "we" made something happen. Labour's popular policies cannot compete.
"English" voters are more likely to vote Conservative and Ukip. But the Tories are playing identity politics in Scotland and Wales too.
The Scots have questioned whether the Union still works for them. And they're not alone.
There's nothing deplorable about discussing the common interests of the people.
Populists must be denied the audience they relish.
Far from moving the debate on, this new report on integration adds little to the report I commissioned in 2001.
Building a shared community should be the left's response, says John Denham.
Labour is in a good place on the Tory Brexit strategy. It is less clear on its own.
John Denham observes a strange but happy outbreak at Labour party conference.
Both sides in the leadership election are speaking a language the voters it needs barely understand, says John Denham.
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