If recall doesn’t work in the most polarised electorate in the UK after a huge controversy, can it ever?
Had the party’s 2015 leadership election used these rules, it seems likely that it would have been Burnham vs Cooper.
Planned reforms could make it harder for future Corbynite candidates to qualify for a leadership election.
Labour’s week in Liverpool will be dominated by Brexit, anti-Semitism, and internal party democracy.
Faced with the threat of Labour, the Tories have abandoned the ideological ambition of remorselessly shrinking the state.
The mysterious case of an anti-Brexit party’s aversion to a People’s Vote.
Having already announced £20bn for the NHS, the Chancellor is going to struggle to find the money for the extra spending commitments.
Facing a fight for survival, the party knows the change it needs but is deeply unattractive to the agents of such change it wants to attract.
Almost everybody agrees with one of those statements, but hardly anybody agrees equally with both.
The party’s focus on a People’s Vote ignores the fact that a general election – and the potentially lethal dangers it poses – is more likely.
We already tax sugar, tobacco, and alcohol – so why not burgers?