Plus: Macron has closed Paris at night. Merkel is pondering tougher restrictions. So don’t blame Johnson as though our situation were unique.
As the tenth anniversary of the 2010 election approaches, the author says that Labour’s own austerity record and plans were almost as tough as the Coalition’s.
It looks like a comprehensive rout for the hard left, with neither Long-Bailey nor Burgon getting close in their respective contests.
The candidate for Labour’s leadership says that he wants to defend “the three pillars of Corbynism”.
“He has a long political career ahead of him should he wish. He is ten years younger than Bernie Sanders.”
The Shadow Justice Secretary – and would-be Labour Deputy Leader – argues voters were convinced by “completely untrue” claims about racism and terrorist links.
We present some of the Shadow Justice Secretary’s televised highlights to date.
The Opposition’s challenger to Boris Johnson has said that Israel “has no right to exist”, amongst other comments.
Their solution to the unpopularity of Corbyn’s views is to avoid providing detail. But how can they debate and develop with new ideas while remaining tight-lipped?
The new Home Secretary dually offends the twisted illogic of identity politics, and many of Corbyn’s followers hate him for it.
Like the Model T Ford, only somewhat less innovative, the Labour Party is now offering any kind of Left you want, as long as it’s Hard.
The former Mayor of London appears to live by Lenin’s dictum that “A revolution without firing squads is a waste of time”.
Plus: Unemployment is down. Productivity is up. Wages are up. Despite Brexit. Despite Brexit. Despite Brexit…
The trajectory of Venezuela’s “socialist revolution” – poverty, misery and brutal oppression – was obvious from the start to any student of politics or history.
The Prime Minister seized the moral high ground by condemning “segregated political meetings”.