There is a Labour tradition of defending brutal dictatorships.
The wonderful reality of human progress continues to contradict the miserablist rhetoric of the modern left.
OK, it’s a silly question, but it applies no less to Liam Fox’s shadow than to the Trade Secretary himself.
That the Opposition are willing to risk alienating key supporters even whilst preparing for an early election shows how dangerous they think this policy is.
A branch at the heart of Labour’s marginal seats campaign approvingly quotes Ken Loach’s call to drive out dissenting MPs.
In response to our story, the group misled on what was said, who said it, when they said it, who they said it about, the reporting of it, and their views.
Will they keep their heads down as their colleagues are picked off by the hard left?
Slaughter slaughtered. Corbyn sacks him – and two other frontbenchers for joining a 50 Labour MP-strong anti-Brexit revolt
The Labour leader continues to oppose the Government’s line on Brexit while supporting it in the essentials.
Queen’s Speech. Corbyn whips Labour MPs against Single Market membership – and begins sacking front-bench rebels
You wouldn’t guess from his opposition to everything that the Government says and does over Brexit that the Opposition’s position is actually much the same.
In 2011 the now-Shadow Chancellor praised a mob attack on Conservative headquarters. That is a much better reflection of his true nature.
Justified calls for a national government’s overthrow are usually confined to those in which there is a serious threat of tyranny or the breakdown of civil order.
Victory poses his internal opponents with a painful dilemma, and a lot may hinge on how they resolve it.
The Opposition want to raise it to double the level of our nearest neighbour whilst simultaneously making our labour market much more restrictive and expensive. During Brexit.
Officially, Corbyn and McDonnell plan to soak the rich. In practice, they’d be left squeezing the rest of the workforce for an extra £30 billion.
Corbyn has called for May’s resignation in the aftermath of Saturday’s attacks, but his own plans spell out no additional funding for counter-terrorism.