Tag: jeremy corbyn
Planet B: Planet B: Everything Must Change – Work
Analysis: Who’s More in Touch With Voters, Labour Members or Labour’s Leader?
by Ell Folan
Whether it’s energy nationalisation or a higher minimum wage, Keir Starmer consistently rejects policies that his party members support. His supporters say that Labour members are out of touch with the wider electorate – but polls suggest otherwise.
Downstream: Ash Sarkar Meets Zarah Sultana. Downstream-on-Sea
At Labour Party Conference 2021 Ash Sarkar & Zarah Sultana MP shared fish and chips by Brighton Pier. They discussed why the Labour Party is so boring, being a muslim woman of colour on the left and trans rights amongst other things. Batter not miss it!
Analysis: Britain Needs to Get Over Its Obsession With Flat Taxes
by Ell Folan
Opinion: This Year’s the World Transformed Is the Perfect Opportunity for the Left to Rebuild Itself
by Mark Montegriffo and Adele Walton
Long Read: Here’s What Really Happened When Labour Suspended Corbyn
by Oliver Eagleton
Nine months on and the world has all but forgotten about one of the most significant events in Labour history. Oliver Eagleton gets the inside scoop on Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension and what it tells us about Labour’s current management.
Analysis: Generation Left Might Not Be That Left After All
by James Meadway
Opinion: Labour’s ‘Buy British’ Policy Could Be the Start of a Bold, New Economic Approach
by Nick Dearden
Opinion: Cummings’ Inquiry Hearing Was a Chance for Centrists To Do What They Do Best: Rehabilitate Rightwingers
by Jamie Medwell
Analysis: Keir Starmer Is Dragging Down Labour in the Polls. Is It Time the Party Cut Him Loose?
by Ell Folan
Opinion: Police Brutality in Bristol Has Shocked the Country. Why Won’t the City’s Labour Politicians Condemn It?
by Anna Lart Greene
Analysis: How We Win: The Party
by James Schneider
Downstream: Can the Left Trust Keir Starmer? Interview With Richard Burgon
Was the Corbyn leadership a complete failure for the left – and what can be learned for next time? What are the chances of a socialist Labour government implementing the kinds of policies seen in the 2017 and 2019 manifestoes? And can the left trust Keir Starmer as party leader after a disappointing first year? […]
Opinion: I’m a Discrimination Lawyer – the Labour Party Has Probably Broken the Law by Removing the Whip From Jeremy Corbyn
by David Renton
Live: May the Farce Be With You
Keir Starmer has given himself three months to find a rule Corbyn might have broken that justifies him losing the whip. Meanwhile, Johnson has decided that, when it comes to his allies, rules don’t apply at all. Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial discuss Priti Patel keeping her job after breaking the ‘ministerial code’ and Corbyn […]
Live: Starmer Gets Whiplash
Labour have re-admitted Corbyn, but now Starmer’s suspended the whip. What’s the real story behind the chaos of the last 24 hours? And what happens next? Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani discuss the reinstatement of Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour party.
Live: Corbyn Reinstated
Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani discuss the reinstatement of Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour party.