International humanitarian law may be imperfect, but it can ameliorate some of the worst horrors of armed conflict – such as the Khan Sheikhoun gas attack.
Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband MP
The halcyon days of Charles Kennedy’s leadership offer a clear temptation to revert to the party’s old opportunist ways. Will their new, more governmental habits stick?
Nicky Morgan: I’ve voted for military action in Syria before – and am ready to do so again if necessary
A consequence of Brexit is a danger that the UK ends up having less influence on EU member states over such responses – or sanctions against Russia.
The then-President claimed the use of chemical weapons would ‘change his calculus’. Yet when the regime tested the West, we let it pass.
‘Socialism in the 21st Century’ could be a vote winner – the Opposition should pick up where Miliband left off.
We never thought we would write the words “Bring back Ed Miliband”.
After decades of decline, the membership figures of the main political parties are on the rise. But will it make a difference?
Some voters are angry, but anger doesn’t define most people most of the time.
Jarrow goes blue! But May loses her seat! Yet it’s a Tory landslide! The amazing 2020 General Election.
We present dismissible projections drawn from last June’s results…and some electoral trends that are not so dismissible.
Where to begin? Let’s start here…
The ideal is all the more necessary in a polity in which a plurality of just 30-something percent can win you virtually untrammelled power.
The way the Article 50 process works does not aid attempts to halt Britain leaving.
Garry Heath: At this conference, our new leadership has a chance to show our members a little bit of love
Either we widen the membership of political parties and change the way they are funded, or the next stop will be a UK-style Donald Trump.
Lewis Baston: The Party Conference season. So often gripping and thrilling – and never more so than this year.
They will be strange, edgy experiences: I can hardly wait.
Mutuals and social enterprises in Liverpool and Manchester could be under threat.