Conference votes to strengthen role of 600,000 ordinary members
Wednesday 27th Sep 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
BOOKMAKERS could be made to pay a new levy to help fund treatment for millions of gambling addicts, Labour announced yesterday.
Shadow culture secretary Tom Watson and shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth will lead a review into gambling addiction in Britain and the NHS’s...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Leader makes clear that single market blocks nationalisation
Monday 25th Sep 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Labour finally offers hope, leader tells rally
In modern politics, people quite rightly want more interactivity and participation and less ‘top-down’ rule, says
posted by Morning Star in Features
The general election result shows many underestimated the popularity of Corbyn’s policies. But where Labour goes now is up to us to define, writes LIZ DAVIES
Women’s concerns are not a side issue. They’re of vital concern to the whole movement, writes RUTH HAYES
Saturday 23rd Sep 2017
The next two weeks’ conferences will illustrate the huge contrast between Labour values and Tory values, writes DIANE ABBOTT
IT IS easy to mock the embarrassing efforts of Activate, the “independent national grassroots campaigning organisation” aiming to win back the nation’s youth for the Conservatives.Its initial tweet, a meme of a Star Wars character from 1983’s Return of the...
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
LABOUR announced yesterday that it would keep Britain in the EU single market and customs union with continued freedom of movement during a “transition period” after 2019.
In a move agreed with leader Jeremy Corbyn, shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer also indicated...
Monday 28th Aug 2017