The second in our series of pieces on how the 2017 generation of winners from Labour increased their majorities.
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Blackman and Latham were elected Joint Secretaries. Further details as and when we have them.
The first in a series of pieces on how the 2017 generation of winners from Labour increased their majorities.
In the first contest of the year, Labour held a seat in Bristol.
The Government should allow MPs the chance to vote on letting the bells ring out from this iconic tower.
Business Rates and the planning system contribute to the problem of boarded-up shops in so many of our towns.
Many of these buildings could be replaced with new homes. New rules are needed to end this scandal.
The dismay the electorate showed for them last is being ignored. That makes it much harder for whoever becomes the Leader of the Opposition to establish any credibility.
They knew that British Jews were frightened of the prospect of a Corbyn Government. They knew those fears were valid. Yet Phillips and Nandy carried on campaigning.
More important than the choice of new Leader, will be to decide what the Party stands for after Brexit.
After the 1983 defeat, Labour’s electoral progress was slow. This time around the Party will face further decline without a bold change in direction.
In several London boroughs, the number is due to rise. That will be costly and damaging to local democracy.
It’s not just about there being more Tory MPs. There has been a remarkable clearout of the establishment figures.
Harry Phibbs: This is my fourth general election at ConHome. So far only one has seen a clear victory. I hope today will be the second.
And in 2008, I wrote that non-Tories voting for Johnson would swing the Mayoral election. I hope they swing today’s poll in the same way.
It’s a contest between Sunderland and Newcastle. But even if Labour does badly in early results, how much will that tell us?