It looks so far as if Labour MPs have managed to slip a leash on their boss’s radical instincts. Has he realised he can’t overcome them, or was it merely a tactical retreat?
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Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Her Majesty’s Most Loyal Opposition and Labour’s preferred candidate for Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, speaks.
CCHQ want to exploit this red dawn to inflict deep damage on the Labour brand that will long outlast the current leadership.
It seems unlikely he could tack far enough to the centre to matter without completely alienating his power base and repudiating his own beliefs.
We on the liberal Tory centre-Right must take apart the money-tree assumptions of the Left. But we must also turn on the voices of the populist Right.
Whoever they may elect as their new leader, it’s clear that we Conservatives must be ready to fight the battles of the 1970s and 1980s all over again.
The Blairite enforcer called the Islington MP’s nominators “morons”, but the journalist believes that the Labour right are to blame for the party’s woes.
The Chancellor’s move onto their territory in the Budget means the gap is, at least intellectually, far from unbridgeable for marooned Blairites.
The comments accompanying the CWU’s endorsement of Jeremy Corbyn are illuminating and alarming.
Apparently Neil Kinnock should have been talking about nuclear disarmament instead.
Miliband’s legacy: Twenty-one of the welfare rebels were new MPs – and seventeen of those have links to Unite
Recently it seemed that Labour’s loony left might one day die out. Now they have a new generation.
The ideological gap between Labour members and MPs is growing wider and wider.
Let’s not get carried away: he might not win the Labour leadership. But after such a strong performance, surely he deserves a Shadow Cabinet job.
The Opposition can’t even bring themselves to express their concern about the inconvenience to hard-working people.