Maureen Madden displays her contempt for voters who dare to make their own minds up.
The Labour leader’s rise has relegated the former star of the hard left to the sorry status of a fedora-clad sideshow.
Naz Shah’s local Momentum branch suggest her apology was forced out of her like a Stalinist show trial
The group shared an article comparing Israel to the Nazis and alleging the Israeli government is conspiring to destabilise Corbyn
The Bradford West MP still retains the Labour Whip despite having called for mass “transportation” of Israelis.
This is another step on the road for a poisonous alliance of Trotskyists and Islamists.
The regime he once praised so heartily has managed to plunge an oil-exporting nation into an energy crisis.
For a Labour leader whose whole pitch is based on his inflexibility, today’s speech involved quite a lot of uncomfortable bending.
The group which once claimed to support privacy now demands the publication of a story about the private life of an opponent.
Labour are launching petitions and making absurd attacks on Javid rather than presenting a viable solution.
Remove the leader and Labour MPs risk unleashing a furious round of reprisals. A coup won’t change the membership’s views.
He’s obviously ideologically sympathetic to many of the Compliance Unit’s targets, but an isolated leadership may be trying to fortify its membership bunker.
As Corbyn’s critics have argued, his enthusiastic supporters are from more affluent backgrounds than the wider population.
The ten speakers in Labour’s new lecture series have just one year of private sector experience between them.
He could prioritise welfare, or the deficit, or a dozen other topics if he chose. But he doesn’t see why he should.
One explanation for the trend of wealthy Trotskyites is that you have to be pretty rich to believe socialism is affordable.