After the Labour leader sacked Rebecca Long-Bailey, others expect Johnson to be tougher on his adviser and Minister.
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He signals a new toughness on antisemitism…and invites a favourable comparison with Johnson over Jenrick.
Richard Holden: Here in Durham, Labour ponder tinkering with statues – while local people yearn for jobs, security and pay
We need to switch from specifying “what’s allowed to open” to “what in the interest of public health needs to continue to be restricted.”
Does he back the National Education Union’s advice to its members not even to engage on a possible June 1 re-opening?
During this crisis she should offer constructive advice. Not make false claims that state funding for schools is threatened.
This economic crisis is unlike any we’ve ever seen before, thus it is impossible to make predictions. But already there are signs of who will be most impacted.
He will have to be more than a kind of North London John Smith if he wants to do more than just profit from the Government’s misfortunes.
It looks like a comprehensive rout for the hard left, with neither Long-Bailey nor Burgon getting close in their respective contests.
“It’s trying to deal with these strange times and have an announcement that our members and the public can view from their homes.”
Long-Bailey stayed loyal to Corbyn, and that’s why Abbott is supporting her in the Labour leadership contest.
My lawyer friend Victoria Hewson and I have launched a small, non-funded campaign called ‘Radical’, aimed at fighting for truth and freedom in this arena.
The Labour leadership contender adds that “we should never be ashamed of investing in our public services.”
Richard Holden: Labour – from a big party of people with small houses to a small party of people with big houses.
Regardless of whether the party chooses Starmer or Long-Bailey, it seems intent of fighting the last war next time.
“We are fed-up of the Westminster bubble. We have got to shift power and wealth into our communities.”
After the 1983 defeat, Labour’s electoral progress was slow. This time around the Party will face further decline without a bold change in direction.