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Tens of thousands of Labour members are quitting amid anger with the party's handling of Brexit

LONDON — Labour Party membership is expected to drop to its lowest level since its peak under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership with thousands feeling disappointed with how the party has handled Brexit. The party's National Executive Committee...Show More Summary

'Entrysim' for Dummies

The Huffington Post had a great scoop the other day with a recording of Unite Len McCluskey at a Labour Representation Committee event where he spoke of the need to move the trade unions and the Labour Party 'to the left'. Now this really...Show More Summary

The Collapse of the Labour Right

In calling out Jon Lansman and Momentum publicly for the temerity of, you know, organising, Tom Watson has made a fool of himself. Worse than that, in attacking a muted alliance between Momentum and Unite he has gone so far as to suggest there is something improper about unions seeking to maximise their influence in the Labour Party. Show More Summary

Dawn Butler stood up for deaf people. But we need more than gestures | Letters

The Labour MP Dawn Butler made an unprecedented contribution to parliament last week by asking a question in sign language (Why I stood up for British Sign Language in parliament, 17 March). Demonstrating so publicly that the views of deaf people should be represented in the Commons is a valuable act in itself. Show More Summary

Unrepresentative Unions

The Observer pulled a big scoop the other day with its story about Labour Party 'entryism' involving Len McCluskey's Unite trade union and the Jeremy Corbyn supporting pressure group Momentum. Sounds like the 1980s all over again, Miltant...Show More Summary

Procurement Comes 8th Out of 202 Occupations on Diversity – That’s NOT Good News

Categories: Great news for the procurement profession! In a survey covering no less than 202 occupations, and based on the 2015 England and Wales Labour Force […] (Read more...)

Tom Watson: There's 'a battle for the future existence of the Labour party'

LONDON — Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has warned of a "hard-left plan" to take control of the party after leader Jeremy Corbyn's departure. Watson spoke out on Sunday after Jon Lansman, who leads pro-Corbyn movement Momentum, wasShow More Summary

The SWP's Split from TUSC

I can't be arsed with yet another disingenuous Labour Party spat, so I'm turning to less weightier matters. Socialist Worker announced week before last that the SWP were departing from the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition. Coatesy over at the Tendance has the story. Show More Summary

Well Trodden Path

George Osborne's appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard follows a well worn part of other high profile MPs who take on second and third jobs. Labour's Gordon Brown and the SNP's Alex Salmond spring to mind, yet politicians...Show More Summary

Team Corbyn

Ian Lavery is a big Jeremy Corbyn supporter who was promoted to the role of election coordinator recently after yet another shadow cabinet reshuffle that was forced upon the Labour leader because the vast majority of MPs have no confidence in him. Show More Summary

Aubameyang nets winner as Dortmund labour

5 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Dortmund (Germany) (AFP) – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the Bundesliga’s top-scorer, claimed his 23rd goal in as many league games as Borussia Dortmund laboured to a 1-0 home win over strugglers Ingolstadt on Friday. Aubameyang’s first-half winner was his 30th goal in all competitions for Dortmund this season. Show More Summary

What Britain’s Labour Party Needs to Do to Win Back the Working Class

5 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

It’s not about leaning right or demonizing Jeremy Corbyn—few at the top of the party understand their core voters.

Gerald Kaufman – From Labour Zionist to Israel’s bitterest critic

Gerald Kaufman, who died on February 26th 2017 at the age of 86, served as a member of Parliament for 47 continuous years and became the Father of the House of Commons. In his early years as an MP Kaufman was a strong supporter of the...Show More Summary

David Miliband: Theresa May needs an 'outbreak of reality' before 'long, brutish, difficult' Brexit talks

LONDON — David Miliband believes that Theresa May's government is being severely unrealistic about what it can achieve in Brexit negotiations with the European Union. Speaking to Business Insider this week, the former Labour MP and current...Show More Summary

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