A survey by Dig In has shown that university students are not happy about the UK’s imminent future
A representative of Stockport for over 25 years, Coffey joined colleagues in criticising the party’s leadership over Brexit and antisemitism
Has the novel sheen of Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn begun to dull? Nimo Omer argues that in wake of the scandal surrounding anti-semitism it is time for the party to move on from their idealisation of the scruffy socialist
The right-wing media in Britain is a parody of itself. Hysterical and abusive, it shamelessly misleads the British public.
The Green Party still plays a vital role for experimental, innovative left wing politics
After Tony Blair hints at a return to British politics, Sam Glover outlines the key constituents that Labour need to win over if they are to be electorally successful
Jack Ashworth speaks to a student on the left of the Manchester Labour Students society to discuss how the alleged current split reflects the party’s national problems
Corbyn expects to win general election with ‘21st century socialism’
Matthew Gold argues that the apathy in the press towards the recent assault on Jeremy Corbyn represents the poisonous attitude towards politicians perpetuated by the press.
Hannah Vallance argues Corbyn’s pledge to change the way the British Empire is remembered and taught is fundamental in order to understand Britain’s place in the world today.
Accusations of anti-Semitism against the Labour Party’s have been misleading and hyperbolic
The group’s introduction of contracts for MPs undermines the Parliamentary tradition. But worst of all, they remove MPs’ rights to intellectual independence
Basic commodities and services are increasing in price and not quality – it’s time to take back control.
The successes of Donald Trump and Nigel Farage can act as inspiration for a renewal of passion in politics
Angela Rayner and Jeff Smith spoke at the University of Manchester on Thursday 6th of October to discuss the future of the Labour Party
With the Labour leadership contest nearing to an end, Frank Hillman addresses the often forgotten positives of Blair’s New Labour