Labour Party

Labour purge is price for Corbyn’s failure to confront bureaucracy

NEC purge signals end of left's attempt to wrest control of the party

Peter Main  ·  27 August 2021

Where is Starmer steering Labour?

This year's annual conference presents a last chance for the Labour left to regroup and reassess its priorities

Tim Nailsea  ·  27 August 2021

Defy Labour’s anti-socialist purge!

RF Political Committee Right wing members of Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC) are proposing a motion to expel members of four leftwing organisations who have opposed Keir Starmer’s leadership and the witch-hunt of anti-Zionists and Marxists. While the total number of members is small, the proposal to ‘proscribe’ (i.e. ban) Socialist Appeal is a reference […]

Red Flag  ·  20 July 2021

Stop the retreat in the face of Tory attacks

If our “leaders'' won't lead, then grassroots activists need to take initiative and organise.

Reginald Banks  ·  11 July 2021

Momentum’s Refounding Convention – not the process we need

Momentum's biggest problem is not structural but political.

Urte March  ·  28 June 2021

The politics of the Unite general secretary election

Howard Beckett is the sole candidate not advocating a retreat from the struggle over the political leadership of the Labour Party.

KD Tait  ·  12 June 2021

How the Hartlepool by-election is exposing Starmer

Starmer's "electable" party might lose.

Marcel Rajecky  ·  13 April 2021

Nothing surprising in Starmer’s response to the Spring Budget

Starmer opposes Corporation Tax increase.

Alex Rutherford  ·  11 March 2021

Zionism’s influence in the UK

Why Starmer said “I support Zionism without qualification”.

Samuel George  ·  31 January 2021

Nationalism and the working class

The working class is an international class.

Mel Astbury  ·  26 January 2021

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