But Blairite throwback warns Labour that Corbyn offers nothing new
Friday 11th Sep 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Poets are nailing their political colours to the mast – and they’re red for Corbyn, writes Russell Bennetts for Well Versed
Thursday 10th Sep 2015
posted by Jody Porter in Features
MOST Labour activists think their party should focus on attracting non-voters rather than appealing to Tories, a new survey suggested yesterday.
The poll of over 2,000 people on grassroots site LabourList also revealed that the vast majority have already voted for the party’s new...
Saturday 29th Aug 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
We should be in no doubt that ‘Corbynmania’ is the result of blowback from the static wretchedness of Labour policies and decisions over the past two decades, writes JOHN ELLISON
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Paul Donovan
Friday 28th Aug 2015
If Tony Blair is the epitome of everything that went wrong with Labour, Corbyn is the symbol of everything that drew people originally to the party, argues RABBIL SIKDAR
Thursday 27th Aug 2015
Recent weeks have shown how limited, distorted and precarious democracy is in our society.
When one politician on the national stage steps outside of the accepted neoliberal consensus, all hell breaks loose and politicians, business and the media start predicting the complete collapse...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Rumoured use of election data to carry out Labour purge could be a breach of Data Protection Act
Wednesday 26th Aug 2015
YESTERDAY’s meeting between the four Labour Party leadership candidates and acting leader Harriet Harman is unlikely to stop efforts to discredit the electoral process now underway.
Despite failing in their efforts to sabotage the ballot, some MPs, discredited former leaders and...
is Labour right using member row to clear way for legal attack?
Saturday 22nd Aug 2015