Because the Plymouth Sutton and Devonport Constituency Labour Party has finally weighed in with its long-awaited response to the Venezuelan crisis. Berlin, Paris, Washington, and New York have all bee
Javier Sajuria posted this over at the UCL Constitution Unit last week while I was busy finding new and efficient ways to haemorrhage cash in Geneva. It’s worth a read, and applies some polit
Jeremy Corbyn chairs a meeting of the Shadow Cabinet (a meme that did the rounds yesterday) Seeing as how it’s Labour, the obvious choice is to hit the self-destruct button.
Don’t piss me off. As LGM’s Senior British Correspondent, I discuss how the opposition Labour Party has just completed a reshuffle of its front bench team. Because nothing screams “
So, the Labour Party lost an election a few months ago. The rhetoric and framing of this defeat are breathlessly disasterous, such as “an awful result“, “catastrophic“, and a &
As those poor souls who make a hobby or profession of following British politics know, the opposition Labour Party (and the party that I am a member of) is in the midst of one of our traditional perio
The Labour Party in the UK is flirting with re-nationalising British Rail. Fares are due to increase an average of 6% this year, and Britain already has the most expensive train system in Europe: Ma
I posted a piece on the Milifeud yesterday, and since new data have been released on his relative popularity both in the electorate and in the Labour Party. Suffice it to say, he ain’t, and th