A member of Labour’s governing body will speak alongside Trotskyites, Stalin apologists and Len McCluskey’s left-hand man.
Posts Tagged: Labour Left
Jonathan Roberts: Why I left Labour and joined the Conservatives (and why other centrists should do so, too)
I was a Labour parliamentary candidate in 2010. But then I found the real party of working people.
From fracking to Trident to Syriza, if you’re looking for evidence of a divided left today’s papers alone offer an embarrassment of riches.
The rise of ideologically pure minor parties makes reported hopes of using Iraq War to distance Miliband’s Labour from Blair’s seem far fetched.
Over the past four decades or so, Labour has suffered a remarkable decline in its political biodiversity
Osborne’s balancing act; Farage riding a tiger; Backbench rebels; Labour miserablists; and a few crucial days in May.
Yet more watering down leaves the Labour leader hawking a medicine that won’t work.
Torn between obeying the unions and appealing to voters, her welfare policy is in tatters.
Grangemouth, Falkirk, Ineos intimidation, VAT underpayments, and now this. The Unite leader is an anti-Midas.