Keir Starmer Articles
Diane Abbott will live to regret making herself a reckless martyr
In comparing the prejudice faced by Jews and others to redheads, Diane Abbott has destroyed her anti-racist credentials and brought a miserable end to a remarkable legacy
A moment for reflection and reconstruction: Liz leaves, Sunak starts
The tumultuous end of Liz Truss’ brief premiership, and the unmandated start of Rishi Sunak’s gives us a moment for reflection and reconstruction in British politics
Drama for Starmer: Does the Labour party have what it takes?
Two years before the next general election and battling factionalism, reports of transphobia, and the Forde report, does the Labour Party have what it takes?
Dear Keir – give us nationalisation, not factionalisation
Instead of punishing the left and backing transphobes, Keir Starmer should be uniting the Labour Party behind the popular policy of nationalisation
Is Keir Starmer’s patriotism the solution to Labour’s identity crisis?
Labour finds itself in its worst identity crisis of the post-war era, something which national flags and a patriotic rhetoric won’t solve alone. Does Keir Starmer have an impossible job ahead of him?
We need to move on from Corbyn, he is leaving Labour at a standstill
The publishing of the EHRC report shed light on key features of the anti-Semitism issue within the Labour Party, yet somehow it is political individuals who are receiving the most attention whilst anti-Semitism itself continues to be pushed aside
‘Keir Starmer did a poo’: Labour party group apologises following unauthorised tweet
The Canterbury and Whitstable Labour group were forced to apologise following a twitter mis-hap on Wednesday