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George Eaton is assistant editor of the New Statesman.
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.
The rhetoric of the 1998 film’s neo-Nazis is today chillingly echoed by Donald Trump.
The steady increase in taxation since 2010 represents an ideological victory for the left.
The Nobel-winning economist on why Brexit happened, Emmanuel Macron’s errors and Donald Trump’s political genius.
Mediocre growth of 0.3 per cent is nothing for the Conservatives to celebrate.
Both parties recognise that voters crave higher public spending, not a smaller state.
The flight of Tory pragmatists shows a broad church degenerating into a dogmatic sect.
The cancellation of the Budget means weaker growth and higher government borrowing will not be officially reflected.