But Blairite throwback warns Labour that Corbyn offers nothing new
Friday 11th Sep 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
LABOUR London mayor hopeful David Lammy demanded an inquiry yesterday into the party’s electoral process after claims that one in five London voters did not receive their ballot papers surfaced.
The Tottenham MP said 11th-hour campaign calls revealed the scale of the problem.
posted by Morning Star in Britain
JEREMY CORBYN brings his campaign to become Labour leader home tonight when he stages his 99th and final rally in Islington North.
After speaking to more than 55,000 people at 98 events across Britain this summer, Mr Corbyn will give his final address of the contest in the constituency...
Thursday 10th Sep 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
Your paper to print special edition with results of Labour leadership election
Saturday 5th Sep 2015
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain
Audience rank frontrunner as debate’s winner. By Roger Domeneghetti in Gateshead
A MAJORITY of Labour councillors in Britain’s 150 most marginal seats are backing Jeremy Corbyn to become the party’s next leader.
The results of a poll of 250 Labour councillors published yesterday by Anglia Ruskin University’s labour history research unit (LHRU) put...
YVETTE COOPER claimed yesterday the Tories would have licence to become “more right-wing” if Jeremy Corbyn was elected Labour leader.
She said a Corbyn victory next week would leave the party “fighting among itself” and make it harder to beat the Tories in...
To understand what drives Corbyn’s appeal for ordinary Muslims is to understand the fears and insecurities they feel, writes RABBIL SIKDAR
posted by Morning Star in Features
The socialist values of equality and social justice that Corbyn fights for are the values that are best for all, says SHLOMO ANKER
With thousands of new members joining since May, there is now hope of reversing the election defeat, writes ELAINE SMITH
Thursday 3rd Sep 2015