This is Peter Hitchens' Mail on Sunday column It will be good for Britain if Jeremy Corbyn wins his fight to stay as leader of the Labour Party. I agree with the late Queen Mother that the best political arrangement...
Owen Smith has changed an item on his CV after questions were raised about it. The Guardian reports that the Labour leadership challenger had listed one of his former jobs on his website as "a director and member of the UK and Ireland...Show More Summary
When Theresa May made her pitch for why she should be prime minister in Birmingham last week, lots of people pointed out, rightly, that it sounded like the speech of a Labour leader. She pledged to create a Britain which will "work for...Show More Summary
The Leadership Election is their last chance to save themselves ‘Exceptional things don’t happen as often as commentators think’ is nearly always a good betting rule of thumb but there are two riders to that assertion. Firstly, ‘not as often’ doesn’t mean ‘never’, and secondly, when they do happen, they can cluster. In fact, 2016 […]
There are more able politicians than Owen Smith to challenge the Labour leader, but they're sitting this one out.
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TELEGRAPH: Matt shoots, scores. #tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/DLSVXuTLks — Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) July 21, 2016 Corbyn now: “it’s the job, it’s the duty, it’s the responsibility of every Labour MP” to back party. Corbyn then: pic.twitter.com/htZJ94C8DN — John Rentoul (@JohnRentoul) July 21, 2016
In 1966, Britain's Labour prime minister, Harold Wilson, appointed George Brown as foreign secretary. Brown was a problem for Wilson; he was a senior figure in the party and popular with its rank and file, but he was also inept as aShow More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Thursday the result of last month's vote to leave the European Union should be respected, putting him at odds with the lawmaker who is challenging him for his job.
A guest post from my friend and comrade, Trudie McGuinness. She is a member of Labour’s National Policy Forum and sits on the International Policy Commission. In 2015, Trudie stood as Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate in Staffordshire Moorlands. Show More Summary
As has been clear for over a year now, Jeremy Corbyn is not a decent man. Jeremy Corbyn is a nasty, morally bankrupt and dishonest narcissist with a third-rate mind; a man who stands against everything real supporters of the Labour Party believe in. Show More Summary