Labour Party

Is the Brexit squeeze worth the juice for Labour?

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?

Labour Party

Labour’s Disability Democracy Review

Barry Rodin of Orpington CLP reports on the plans Labour’s disabled members have to democratise the party. A strong message from submissions of disabled members to the Labour Party Democracy Review is that they do not want the party to do things for them but with them. Following country-wide consultations of disability officers and disabled… Continue reading Labour’s Disability Democracy Review

Labour Party, Trade Unions

Anti-semitism smear escalates

John Stewart writes: The anti-semitism smear campaign against the Labour left has seen a dangerous escalation with the dismissal from his employment of Stan Keable. Formerly a member of Hammersmith CLP, Keable was expelled from the Labour Party in 2017 for his association with the organisation Labour Party Marxists. Now he has been dismissed from… Continue reading Anti-semitism smear escalates