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In his first piece since stepping down as an aide to Starmer, Simon Fletcher warns that Labour will not recover unless it offers a radical and distinctive economic alternative.
Starmer’s survival rests on developing new political skills – and not just shedding underperforming aides
Labour doesn’t just need to start repeating what it wants to do – it also needs to explain why.
Why “take back control” was on people’s minds long before Dominic Cummings.
Insecurity is the mood of the time – and the Conservative Party has adapted to it.
To appeal to southern voters, Labour must talk more about Brexit and climate change and stop refighting old battles.
Why would an approach that failed for Jeremy Corbyn and Ed Miliband work for the current Labour leader?
Why an idea dismissed as an excuse for elitism offers Labour’s only path to victory.
Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin host the New Statesman’s World Review global affairs podcast.
Conservative, Green and Liberal Democrat gains in Labour's former heartlands has smashed up its so-called "Red Wall".
Labour’s share of the vote went up in Airdrie and Shotts, but not enough for them to win the seat.