Nick Davies. It’s good to see the Tories tearing themselves apart, again, on Brexit, amid recriminations of secret meetings and broken promises but Labour cannot sit back, watch the fun and count the next election as already half won. Labour has to protect working class communities from the likely effects of a hard-Brexit and it… Continue reading Is the Brexit squeeze worth the juice for Labour?
Editorial Board According to Marx, history repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the second as farce. The re-running of the culture wars of the 1980s within the Labour Party may be farcical, but they are certainly not funny. Then, the Labour Right was consistently on the wrong side of history, denigrating every attempt to… Continue reading It’s just history repeating itself
Mark Perryman Lewes CLP The constituency of Lewes in Sussex has continuously returned Conservative MPs since 1874, except for a period between 1997-2015 when the Lib Dems held the seat. Even in an area where Labour trails a distant third, Corbynism can still shake things up. I blame Seaford, Newhaven, Alfriston and Polegate Labour Party… Continue reading Lewes shows the way