The Labour Party
Jon Cruddas / November 10, 2016
"The left detaches itself still further from everyday experiences of the British working class"
After a lifetime of trying to find a nationwide answer to the progressive dilemma, I've given up
John McDonnell and Jon Trickett laid out the Party's strategy at a recent Prospect event
Discussion with senior Labour figures confirms that
David Runciman / September 15, 2016
Labour's swelling ranks entrench divisions with a public that doesn't much care.
It took a shy man with conservative instincts to reset British society in the 1940s. Labour is now crying out for another Clement Attlee
John McTernan / March 11, 2016
Dan Jarvis's speech was a step in the right-direction, but far more is needed
Rhodri Morgan / February 26, 2016
And “The Parable of the Last Welsh Coalminer”
Jamie Reed / February 24, 2016
Labour is repeating the mistakes made by the Democrats half a century ago