George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The Harvard academic and author on how to defeat “illiberal democracy” and “undemocratic liberalism”.
Commuters' anger will continue to be directed at substandard rail firms and an inept government.
Austerity has led rough sleeping to increase by 169 per cent since 2010. The £50m announced by ministers will make little difference.
The manufacturing sector is now in recession and the economy has grown below 0.5 per cent for six consecutive quarters.
The UK’s centralised political system and unwritten constitution are gifts to Trump-style authoritarians.
“Taking out IDS – every time I say that it makes me smile,” quips the newly-selected Labour candidate.
Spending cuts are ever more harmful and unpopular and Tory MPs will revolt against tax rises.
For different reasons, Labour and Tory MPs would likely combine to defeat it.
Theresa May’s threat has never been credible – in the event of no deal, parliament would revolt against her.
Several Corbyn allies privately believe the party should accept the full International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance guidelines.