IPPR research fellow will join the NS in January.
It’s hard to tell if the incompetence proves this document is fake – or real.
Most Corbynsceptic MPs are in the incoherent position of being against a party split, but against making the best of things either.
A row over what constitutes a “middle income”, and who it encapsulates, has begun following the Budget.
The party has appeared incoherent on a fiscal policy set two years ago.
The Labour leader blundered by condemning the tax cut that John McDonnell refused to oppose.
The economic debate is moving towards Labour terrain, but the party won’t seize the advantage.
Old politicians tend to believe their own propaganda, and the former Chancellor is no exception.
“We did get things wrong,” the former Chancellor admitted on Newsnight. But not – according to him – regarding welfare.
The Guardian columnist railed against the former chancellor’s “despicable” treatment of the poor.
The Budget doesn’t lift it, Labour wouldn’t reverse it – why is austerity’s harshest attack still going?