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As Boris Johnson’s government inevitably fails to take action on climate change we will begin to experience harsher climate shocks. Labour needs a leader comfortable stepping up to interpret these events by laying the blame at Johnson’s feet and articulating a compelling socialist response.
From 9:30pm til 5am Novara Media stayed with you for the GE2019 election results.
The Tories have been astoundingly successful at reframing cruelty as mere fatalism, argues Labour candidate Oliver Durose. In Essex and across the country the belief that inequality, injustice and unfairness are simply inevitable has permeated the consciousness of both its victors and its victims. We must change this.
Boris Johnson says that if you give him and his Conservative party a majority at the general election he’ll be able to ‘get Brexit done’. But is that actually true?
The Spectator, like Johnson, reveals much that is wrong with British politics, argues Aaron Bastani. Elite capture by the billionaire class; the disintegration of any barrier, and thus accountability, between media and politics; the evacuation of any core values beyond opportunism and self-enrichment; a predatory disposition to the public at large.
The Tories like to present themselves as the party of economic credibility. But after nine years in power is that really true?
Last night's climate debate was disappointing. Climate breakdown is a product of the same destructive economic logic that has pushed 14 million people in the UK into poverty, driven record waiting times at A&E, and left the working people of this country overwhelmed by private debt. We must be clear about this, rather than concentrating on boring technocratic details and personal responsibility.