Tag: Keir Starmer

There is a case to be made that the left is dead.  (More…)

A white man stepped foot onto the shores of a remote beautiful island in the South Pacific. His name was John Frum. (More…)

Just six months into the Starmer era, the Labour Party has cleansed its shadow cabinet of its most left-wing politicians and suspended Jeremy Corbyn. So it should be clear to everyone what Keir Starmer is really about. (More…)

Dread has been the new normal since the 2019 election. The hopes of a generation were dashed in one night. Worse still, the lowest forces in politics came out on top. 12 December was a blowout for Britain’s far-right. (More…)

Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure was defined by turmoil. Ultimately, the Labour chief lost his battle with the right despite a valiant effort.  (More…)

The Labour leaks have crashed the consensus that the party became an Antisemitic organisation under Jeremy Corbyn. (More…)

Labour leader Keir Starmer will soon appoint his shadow cabinet. He has a strong mandate and overwhelming support from the traditional media that hated Jeremy Corbyn with an incessant passion. (More…)

“You can’t change things if you’re in opposition,” says the centrist dad. “Labour has to get back into power to help the majority of people. That means we have to appeal to the centre-ground. Otherwise, you’re just a protest party.” (More…)

X left defeated by x far-right. It doesn’t matter where it is. It always happens, in every country.

It happens so regularly, in fact, you’d think it was preprogrammed. Conspiracy theory, anyone? (More…)