Forged in the fire of protest: A Prime Minister for the many
If you want a Prime Minister who stands on the side of the many, then you should be heartened by a man who has done just that his whole life.
Jeremy Corbyn: A revolution in plain sight
In their thousands they came. Carrying home-made placards, they came. Women pushing prams, their kids in tow, the young, middle-aged and old, black, white, disabled, the old left and the […]
Defending Corbyn: A battle for the soul of Labour
Inside the halls of privilege the establishment conspire to oust Corbyn. Outside the masses fight to save him. Can there be a more telling metaphor for the problems facing Labour today?
Iain Duncan Smith: Corbyn’s greatest achievement
Many of us will have read IDS’ resignation letter with incredulity. How does a man who has orchestrated so much misery for so many, pen a missive to the Prime […]
John McDonnell: Speaking Truth To Power
I’ll remember where I was when I heard John McDonnell deliver his first speech as Shadow Chancellor to the Labour Party Conference. It was one of those moments in time […]
Jeremy Corbyn: A New Hope
I sat on the cold damp steps of St Luke’s, my eyes fixated on my phone as I nervously awaited the result of Labour’s leadership vote. Around me people were […]
A once in a generation opportunity
A terrible affliction has beset he parliamentary Labour Party. They are possessed with fear and loathing. Demons haunt their dreams and consume their waking moments. They are so beside themselves […]
Political Parties: What are they good for?
There will be ‘blood on the carpet’ within the Labour movement following the 2015 General Election result. This is truly a low point. From where they stand now it seems […]
Election 2015: Time for Labour to return to its Socialist roots
In the 80’s and 90’s my generation were sold a lie. Although many of us steadfastly refused to believe it, it quickly took hold, particularly within the Labour movement. Successive […]