The Labour Party
Tom Clark / May 26, 2017
Election 2017 is the most important for a generation—or so we are told. Actually, poor Britons are set for a brutal squeeze whoever triumphs next month
Siobhan Fenton / May 23, 2017
For many of us actually affected by IRA violence, the most offensive aspect of the current debate is not Corbyn's comments but being used as a cheap political point.
Can Kate Hoey, a prominent Brexiteer, hold on to her seat when her constituents overwhelmingly voted “Remain”?
The Labour leader’s position on the Kosovo war is repugnant
They should exist to help workers
Ellie Mae O'Hagan / May 15, 2017
Many policies in its manifesto have public support
It is not down to effective leadership, but a return to two-party politics
Helen Pidd / May 15, 2017
Away from the biggest cities, the north can no longer be relied on to deliver landslide Labour victories—or even narrow ones
Peter Kellner / May 11, 2017
Three charges against Corbyn’s party are worth considering
Labour’s plan to raise income tax on £80,000 earners doesn’t cut it