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Posts Tagged: Peter Hain
Despite all the myths that have built up around it, the first person to coin the phrase ‘Thatcherism’ on the record was most likely the Lady herself.
The former Prime Minister may stand down from Parliament next year. Here’s our attempt at a friendly send-off.
Also: From the demise of non-English ‘big beasts’ to increased culture clash – how we might drift apart in the age of devolution.
That IRA letters crisis: Ulster rejects amnesty call; today’s Labour apologises for letters, whilst yesterday’s dismisses outrage.
By Harry PhibbsFollow Harry on Twitter The Labour Party have been keen to make political capital over the increase in the… Read more »
By Matthew Barrett Follow Matthew on Twitter Earlier on this week, the head of public-sector union UNISON, Dave Prentis, used belligerent… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter An extensive examination of Labour's strategy and leadership failure is conducted by Dan Hodges… Read more »
Tim Montgomerie No messages of congratulations to the happy couple or any celebration of a wonderful day, just this sour… Read more »
Peter Hain summarises how Labour headed towards an electoral nadir in 2011, thirteen years after its historic 1997 victory
By Jonathan Isaby The Labour Party yesterday published a consultation document, Refounding Labour, raising many questions about the party's future structure,… Read more »