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George Eaton is assistant editor of the New Statesman.
Both former human rights lawyers, both hailing from Labour's soft left, Starmer and Khan have known each other for more than 20 years.
For the UK, the 1920s were a decade of profound economic pain and political conflict. The current decade may be little better.
The seventeenth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
The sixteenth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
The party needs a leader who is popular in the country, rather than merely the party, and a programme that is credible as well as radical.
Electoral law, the legal system and parliament itself will all be reformed to the Conservatives’ advantage.
As the Conservatives champion their economic record, new figures show GDP did not grow in the three months to October.
After transforming Labour, the activist group once dismissed as “a rabble” is plotting the next stage of its unfinished revolution
Though the cuts will end, current public spending outside of health will remain 15 per cent lower than in 2010.
The Prime Minister’s claim that Labour would raise the tax rate to “the highest in Europe” was a flat-out lie.