The prejudice of a few individuals, or a structural problem?
He has not changed his mind in 30 years. That is rigidity, not consistency
"The most fundamental error of the Labour Party is never mentioned—it ran in the wrong country"
A Labour MP’s suggestion makes clear the depth of the party’s cash crisis
The only permanent fact of party political life in Britain is the Conservative Party
Ben Judah / December 11, 2015
As the professional classes lose their jobs to technology, opportunities arise for the left
Robert Colville / December 10, 2015
Verso, £9.99 The parallels between Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn are striking. As this autobiography makes clear, they’re remarkably similar people: serious, principled, utterly lacking in...
Prospect Team / December 4, 2015
After a tough month, the Labour leader had some good news last night
Peter Kellner / December 4, 2015
Those most disappointed will be the leader's critics in his own party
Peter Kellner / November 30, 2015
The real case against the party leader is not that a Corbyn government is unlikely, but that a Corbyn government would be disastrous