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Posts Tagged: Party Conferences
Plus: I now love Liverpool. Getting ready for Birmingham. Come and hear me interview David Davis there. And: My most shameful secret revealed.
Now that Labour have chosen Corbyn to be their candidate for Prime Minister, it’s the time to start making the fundamental choices between the two parties visible.
He commits his party to support open borders.
Rebecca Coulson: Cable-knit sweaters, Paul Mason and a No Prayer Breakfast. My week at Labour’s conference.
Momentum’s momentum doesn’t need to fizz with punch: they’ve won already.
The London Mayor repeats repeats repeats his point.
We need an economic speech for ordinary families.
A naively-written script offers his opponents an endlessly useful clip for attack ads.
Meanwhile, Labour’s non-ideological local leaders are at odds with Corbyn.
Plus: I kick-start the Middle East Peace Process (or try to). Why Turkey is a semi-fascist state. I will interview Davis. And: Khan should upgrade, and travel Club Class.
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.
Prisons, inequality, One Nation… the Prime Minister is continuing from where he started in last year’s conference speech.
We have lessons to learn from our sister parties in Europe.
The party’s position looks incomparably strong, but the conditions necessary to sustain its current coalition increasingly appear temporary.
Plus: Tracey Crouch gets a women’s rugby team to bar the Chancellor. And: a new Tory One-Night-Stand dating app called Blue on Blue…