Articles by Anthony Broxton
Anthony Broxton / December 13, 2019
After Foot's disastrous election, Jeremy Corbyn claimed "everything had been fudged." Now, Labour must learn from a new defeat
Anthony Broxton / November 25, 2019
From Thatcher-loving Spice Girls to the rise and fall of Grime4Corbyn, the place of pop music in modern British politics has a long and complex history
In the 1980s, as a series of tragedies marred the beautiful game, football was seen as a "slum sport for slum people." Banned from Europe and chastised by politicians, it took a World Cup to bring...