New polling reveals that almost as many voters believe the label best applies to Labour as they do the Tories.
You wouldn’t invite Harvey Weinstein to a festival of films by great female directors. And you wouldn’t invite the Sun to Liverpool.
Even though they like the rhetoric, May’s humiliation in Salzburg has underlined a fundamental truth for Conservative Brexiteers: only a Canada-style deal will do.
Our country is in crisis and the former prime minister is our best chance of tackling it.
Captain Competent strikes again.
Had the party’s 2015 leadership election used these rules, it seems likely that it would have been Burnham vs Cooper.
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Planned reforms could make it harder for future Corbynite candidates to qualify for a leadership election.
“If tables could speak, this one would doubtless have a tale or two to tell.”
The tabloidisation of papers means the Torygraph is the only one big enough to open out and spread against the chimney.
Progressive politics in the 1990s turned away from class politics and solidarity in favour of group identities and self-realisation.